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Cold Weather Tips From PG and E

Temperatures in Nevada County are dropping below freezing and it may be tempting to find a way to heat up your room or parts of your house. However, PG and E spokesperson Brandi Ehlers says that carbon monoxide can be deadly if you are heating with the wrong source.
Click here to listen to Brandi Ehlers

Ehlers says PG and E or your propane company can check out your appliances to make sure they are working properly.
Click here to listen to Brandi Ehlers

P G and E strongly recommends you have one or more carbon monoxide monitors in your residence to warn you of high concentrations of the deadly odorless gas.

Click here for PG&E Cold Weather Tips.

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