It is important to have a smoke alarm installed in your home, but fires can happen at any time. These devices will detect fires and wake up those who need attention most, even if you don’t smell the burning wood or fried electronics from across the room. When we sleep, our sense of smell goes away too. Smoke detectors are recommended for all residential properties. The alarm is powered by mains and has a battery backup in case of a power outage, making it safer than relying solely on batteries that can die quickly during an emergency such as fire. Casone Electrical Services helps homeowners with their problems so they are prepared if they ever need it. The company performs annual smoke detectors maintenance and inspections to ensure they are kept in optimum condition. This includes checking their batteries as well, so you can sleep soundly knowing that your family is protected by an alarm system.Get a Quote Call Us
Smoke detectors require regular maintenance to function properly. All smoke detectors in a home should have been checked at least once within 10 years and updated more frequently depending on use. Fires can start with a single cigarette, so it’s important to know how certain types of alarms work for these emergencies. We recommend that you clean it regularly with a non-toxic cleaner or replace it as soon as possible when the battery runs out. We also do some other things while here such as testing them regularly against standards set out by the authorities.
Smoke alarms are a must-have in every home, whether it’s a newly renovated home, a home with a fire, or a home with a carbon monoxide leak. But if there’s ever been an emergency and electricity is knocked out, you’ll want them hardwired with backup batteries so that they stay working even when the power goes down. Our qualified local electricians can show up at any time to make sure nothing gets left unchecked, we’re on call 24/7 365 days of the year. If you are ready to make fire safety a top priority in your home, contact Casone Electrical.
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