Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Protect your family and your home with these essentials

Smoke Detectors

Smoke detectors must be up to code, so feel free to call us if you’re unsure if you have the right amount installed properly. We are prepared to install or replace any model of photoelectric or ionization smoke detector. It’s important for a professional electrician to install and hardwire your detectors, especially if your current devices are likely more than 10 years old.

Check your batteries! Most people check or swap in new batteries during the time change each year as part of a homeowner routine. If the power is out but smoke is present, the batteries might save your life!

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Our licensed electricians are punctual and respectful of you and your home, leaving a clean workspace. Let us partner with you for your home’s needs.

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon monoxide gas is colorless, odorless and dangerous. Exposure manifests in confusion, symptoms similar to the flu, potential brain damage and most seriously, death. Because they’re often closer to the floor, pets and small children may exhibit symptoms first.

It’s critical for carbon monoxide detectors to be installed on every floor of your home and annually checked by qualified professionals to verify they’re in good condition.

Many modern gas appliances in your home produce CO gas and older, less efficient appliances may leak the gas inside your home. Typical home CO gas producers include gas or oil furnaces, gas dryers, gas ranges, gas water heaters, space heaters, fireplaces and wood burning stoves.

Pro Tip! Regular maintenance of your heating and cooling system, as well as duct sealing, is a proactive step in preventing potential CO leaks.  

 

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