the guide covers sources and dangers of carbon monoxide in the home, building regulations and other requirements for CO alarms
(PRWEB UK) 13 May 2013
It has been reported in HVP that the guide covers sources and dangers of carbon monoxide in the home, building regulations and other requirements for CO alarms such as installation. There were also details of two new models, both of which are small and slim in size and suitable for wall mounting or use free standing. The self-contained devices are said to be specifically designed for fast and easy installation at low cost.
Kidde Fyrnetics, who are well known for their range of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, sponsored the recent event, which is the inaugural conference of the Association of Gas Safety Managers (AGSM) and the first National Inter Authority Gas Forum.
Renowned for their London emergency plumbers, Emergency Plumber also specialise in gas safety, providing their services across the country. The team regularly work to raise awareness over the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, so they were naturally pleased to hear of the new guide. A representative from the agency shares their thoughts on the matter.
“It is encouraging to hear that a big name in the industry like Kidde Fyrnetics are going out of their way to promote gas safety and provide in-depth information on carbon monoxide in the home. The two new alarms appear to be affordable, effective as well as easy to use. Carbon monoxide detectors are inexpensive and easily bought and installed from supermarkets and DIY stores. Whilst it is important to have one in your home, this should not be a substitute for having your boiler and gas appliances checked and maintained regularly by a Gas Safe Registered engineer.”
Emergency plumber is an agency run by Martin Smith. With 18 years’ experience in the industry, his aim is to provide fast and efficient emergency plumbing engineers 24/7. The company operates within a wide range of areas in the UK including London, Plymouth, Reading, Coventry, Bolton and Newcastle. With a database of over 300 emergency plumbers, the firm is currently the fastest growing plumbing company in the UK. Customers can also contact the team for information and advice on gas related problems.