Everybody loves back up generators in a storm, but they can be deadly if used improperly. Contractors, please educate your customers on the importance of never keeping back up generators indoors, and positioning them correctly outdoors, to avoid carbon monoxide gases. Read this story as a cautionary tale.

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Family-Suffers-Carbon-Monox...

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This one is EPA compliant for emissions and puts out one of the lowest CO levels among any generator on the market.  

http://www.aikencolon.com/generac-qto4854c-quietsource-standby-gene...

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