Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide, or CO, is a normal by-product of fuel combustion, but high levels of it indoors can be dangerous to your health. Typical heating fuels (oil, coal, wood, gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel, or natural gas) can create carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide has no odor, color, or taste, but can cause serious health issues. Take steps to make sure your home is protected.

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Dig Safe

Planting a tree? Installing a fence? Planning a home improvement? Call 811.

Did you know it’s the law to make this call? Electric power lines, natural gas pipelines, water pipes, communications lines, and other utility services can be within a few feet of the ground’s surface. Not knowing where they are can result in personal injury, property damage and neighborhood service interruptions. Even a small dent or a scrape can cause damage, resulting in a leak or service-wide disruptions.

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Generator Safety

Purchasing an electric generator as a standby system can help you prepare for the possibility of a power outage. However, generators can be expensive to run and maintain, noisy, and, most importantly, may pose a serious safety hazard if not used and installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to follow all safety guidelines when using a generator.

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Powerline Safety

Powerlines, substations, and transformers all contain “live” parts that can be dangerous to contact. Whether uninsulated overhead powerlines or underground powerlines, it’s important to exercise caution around any electrical system.

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Electrical Safety At Home

With all the appliances, tools, cords and plugs we use in everyday life, it's important to know how to use them safely. Keep yourself and your family safe by treating power with respect.

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Electrical Fires

Most electrical fires can be traced to overheated circuits and overloaded equipment. When abused, insulation may melt or burn, exposing live wires. Learn what to do in the event of a fire and how to avoid having one.

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Tree Safety

Trees can cause power outages when branches rub against power lines, break and fall on lines or when trees are blown over on to power lines during storms. However, do not attempt to prune the trees yourself. Learn more on how you can request a tree trimming from Liberty Utilities.

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