Does your home contain a fuel burning stove, furnace, or similar appliance? While it's important for everyone to check for carbon monoxide in their home, if you answered that question with a yes, it is even more so. A buildup of CO in your home, even in concentrations as low as 200 parts per million, can cause headaches, with higher amounts leading to nausea, dizziness, unconsciousness, even death. Pregnant women and infants, and those with compromised pulmonary functions from asthma and emphysema are at an even higher risk. Our indoor air quality specialists at Environmental Doctor can help you with affordable testing solutions and the experience to implement them.