How many carbon monoxide detectors you need depends on many factors including, sources of CO, how many floors is in your home, if you have an attached garage, state and local laws, etc. We recommend you read our sections “Carbon Monoxide Detector Placement” and “Carbon Monoxide Detector Laws By State” to get an accurate answer for your situation.
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