Well we had few interesting days AS expected council guys who regular do safety checks on central heating boiler cooker COME out with council official to do Carbon Monoxide check.
After national grid condemned central heating boiler sighting carbon monoxide poisoning WELL council service engerner totaly contradicted national grid SAYING they don't know what the talking about or doing.
Anyway the picture is off national grids repot " what do you think " so council engerner run central heating for 15 mins and measured Carbon Monoxide ppm AND then they tested turned everything up on cooker for 30mins
Now national grid tested cooker AND said this no problem IT's boiler and condemned that.
Well council engerner had nabour out after cooker test as house was blue and set all smoke alarms off MY brothers is bit of OCD freak and keep' he's cooker spotless.
BUT what I will say AFTER cooker TEST there seemed to be fat on gas rings after.
CLEARLY am not saying council or engerner ARE trying to apportion blame BUT my brother ended up with condemned COOKER national grid said was ok AND a boiler that's not working that council engerner said was ok BUT was not working and needed fixing.
The council engerner tried swiping national grids report BY accident as it found it's self in council engerners toolbox.
There seem's to be something up with this STORY anyway engerner come back out and got boiler running after emptying condensing tray WELL that's other story BUT as is still needs fixing circuit board ignition stuff.
Sounds like boilers ok ... Don't it.
So as you can imagen WE are deeply unimpressed with council engeriner BUT on plus side they did give him a wifi carbon monoxide monitor.
Luckerly in my arsenal of purchases given blame game that's clearly being played I found my own Carbon Monoxide monitor industry standers I might add that should be able to cut threw the lies.
HERE is SHOCKING fact
Even if you sought help from a doctor it’s highly unlikely that GP DOCTOR would suspect or even diagnose you or kids with carbon monoxide poisoning.
Shocking 200 GPs were presented with the classic symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning and the illness.
Nausea, dizziness, tiredness, headaches and stomach and chest pains and in a study by the toxicology expert
Professor John Henry, not one GP or DOCTOR suggested the gas as a possible cause.