Wood-burning stoves, like any other fuel-burning appliances, can cause carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. If a wood-burning stove is improperly ventilated or installed, it can increase the amount of CO indoors. Be sure wood-burning stoves are properly adjusted and any ventilation systems are working properly and not blocked.
- Q What should I know about burning charcoal and carbon monoxide poisoning?
- Q Should I be worried about carbon monoxide poisoning?
- Q What is carbon monoxide?
- Q How long does carbon monoxide poisoning last?
- Q Can burning charcoal in my home be harmful?
- Q Is carbon monoxide poisoning serious?