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still need one more stocking stuffer?

How about a CO2 Detector?  What better way to show you care! 

The Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2010 goes into effect July 1st, 2011.  This act requires a carbon monoxide detector to be in every single-family home at time of sale, similar to the way smoke detectors are currently required.
For multi-family properties, the compliance date is Jan 1, 2013.
Since the gas is odorless, tasteless and virtually undetectable with our senses- these little gadgets have saved many lives.
Happy Holidays!

Written by Lynn Bates - Go to Lynn's Website/Profile
LYNN BATES, Keith Byrd Team, North Coast Realtor of San Luis Obispo County including Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria and Los Osos. 805 458-4409. Lynn@LynnBates.Com