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I just finished my permanent house and want to stay over night in it. It has a used [YouNeedAuthorization] vented furnace I also put in a carbon monoxide detector. My dad thinks IM nuts for wanting to sleep in there im only 20 minutes from home but its not the same Do you guys think I should still crack a window or is there anything else I could do to test anything. I could stick a wild cat from the barn in there for the first test. any ideas

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Your house should always be vented no matter what. I have RV type vents that you can open and close. Have them on opposite sides of the house for when you set up in regards to the wind direction.

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Better safe then sorry. I took a fan out of an old computer and used a laundry vent to the outside of the house and have never had a problem with the detector going off. I would do a little more than just crack the window

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Get some kind of vent in there. Also, go buy a CO2 detector that runs on batteries for $20 and put that up. I'm sure you life is at least worth $20. Better to be safe than not around.

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Get them at Menards, or wherever they sell them. They are just wall mount ones. I put one in my home. Looks like smoke detector but is a CO detector with a 9v battery.

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if it was me, as long as the heater is vented, i would have a good carbon monoxide detector in there. as long as the detector was there and working, i would feel more then safe sleeping in it

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I would install a fresh air vent by your furnace, much like is required now in houses. This will allow your furnace to draw fesh air in for combustion. It shouldn't require a fan. If you do this along with a CO detector you shouold be ok.

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Don't use the cat for this purpose. It may be tempting, but you don't want to deal with cat tinkle stench in your house. wink

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I put a 3" louvered vent to the outside up in the front corner. There is no way to close it so you always get fresh air. The CO detector is a must, but make sure you mount it low to the floor or it does no good. If you get one like mine, it will chirp low battery until the house warms up. Have fun and be safe.

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