Chicopee Smoke Detector Installation
Protecting Your Family from Smoke & Fire
Do you check your smoke detectors regularly? Maintaining properly functioning smoke detectors greatly increases the likelihood of your family surviving a fire. If a home does not have smoke detectors, the smoke detectors are poorly located, or not working the family is not sufficiently protected. Electrical Experts offers smoke detector installations in Chicopee, Easthampton, and Hampshire County to help keep your family safe.
Please contact us to schedule smoke detector installations.
Maximizing Your Family’s Protection
The best thing you can do to protect your family in the event of a fire is to make sure you have smoke detectors installed in the right places and check them regularly. Smoke detectors should be located on each level of the home, in every bedroom, and within 15 feet of each bedroom door.
To ensure maximum protection, make sure that you:
- Place smoke detectors in optimal locations
- Replace batteries annually, including backup batteries
- Replace smoke detectors every 8-10 years
- Check your smoke detectors twice a year
Press the “test” button on your smoke detector. You should hear a high pitched sound. If you have changed the battery and don’t hear the sound, the smoke detector may be defective or there may be a problem with the connection. Our technicians can find the problem and recommend the best solution.
Choosing the Right Smoke Detector
We offer smoke detector installation in Chicopee with high-quality products from licensed and trained technicians. There are a few different options available, including smoke detectors that are powered by a 9v battery, premium hardwired and interconnected smoke detectors with a 9v battery backup, or interconnected system with a 9v battery backup that is designed to detect smoke, fire, carbon dioxide, and natural gas. We can help you find smoke detectors to meet the unique needs of hearing impaired family members by alerting them with flashing lights or vibrations.
Give us a call at (413) 276-4787 to improve your home fire protection.