Winter Weather Awareness Week — Indoor Winter Safety
It’s no secret that Minnesotans spend more time indoors during the winter months. The air quality inside can be very dangerous if it isn’t monitored.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety advises you to put a carbon monoxide and radon detector in your home and change the batteries before winter.
They also say you should have your heating system checked by a professional, and make sure your home is properly ventilated.