Carbon-Monoxide Legal Compliance

Carbon-Monoxide Legal Compliance

Properties Covered By The Law

This is Colorado Law which includes the ares we sell in, such as,  in Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby Ranch, Granby, Grand Lake, and Hot Sulpher Springs. We will help sellers with the Carbon-Monoxide Legal Compliance by reminding them at the time of listing.

  1. Single-Family Dwellings
  2. Multi-Family Dwellings
  3. All Residential Rental Properties

The general rule is that Carbon-Monoxide detectors must be installed within 15 feet of the entrance to each bedroom lawfully used for sleeping purposes, or in a location as specified in any building code adopted by the state or any local government entity.


On March 25, 2009, Governor Bill Ritter signed into law Colorado House Bill 1091 requiring the installation of carbon
monoxide alarms in residential properties. This bill is called the Lofgren and Johnson Families Carbon Monoxide
Safety Act. To learn more about the law click HHW_CSA_FAQ-Carbon-Monoxide-Alarm Law-Colorado-House-Bill-1091

Father Brings Daughter’s Ashes To Capitol, Urging CO Law Don Johnson Says $20 Carbon Monoxide Detector Could Have Save Her

Carbon-Monoxide Legal Compliance

Carbon-Monoxide Legal Compliance