Furnace Maintenance Cuts Down on Health Risks

Oct 22, 2013

The early cold snap has residents cranking up their furnaces. A Wisconsin Public Service spokesperson offers a reminder to think about maintaining that furnace, to prevent a possibly fatal build-up of carbon monoxide.

Wisconsin Public Service is urging homeowners to get their furnaces checked to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
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News Director Ken Krall talks with Leah Van Zile.

Van Zile says chimneys should be checked to make sure critters haven't taken up residence in them and preventing good ventilation.