It is our greatest hope that you and your families have come away unscathed by Hurricane Sandy, but the reality is that millions of people from the East Coast to the Midwest have been affected.

 

As home performance contractors and weatherization experts, you know better than most about the grave safety hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning due to improperly positioned back-up generators. A number of deaths due to carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of improper use or placement of generators have already been reported. We encourage all of you to reach out to family, friends and customers with advice on how to prevent these tragedies.

 

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