Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Detector Services in Murrieta
Protecting Residents from Harmful Fumes & Fires
Every year, there are numerous deaths in homes from fire and carbon monoxide poisoning. Had smoke detectors or carbon monoxide detectors been regularly inspected and professionally installed in these homes, these tragedies could have been prevented.
Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide (CO) detectors that are properly installed and maintained prevent numerous deaths and injuries yearly. To protect you, it is important to know where to install them and having them professionally installed is crucial to ensure they do their job in warning you of danger. A licensed electrician can help you identify the best areas to install your detectors and can perform the installations to allow for maximum safety and impact for you and your family.
Smoke Detector Replacement & Installation
The average life expectancy of your smoke detectors is only about 8-10 years. If your home is older than that, chances are they should be replaced. Smoke detectors are not expensive, yet they are extremely valuable in terms of saving lives. A professional electrician can equip your home with one that is directly connected to your electrical system, ensuring that it keeps running and keeps you from having to check the batteries all the time.
An additional benefit of working with a state-licensed electrician is that they will know the best places to install the detectors for best coverage. With regular assessments and inspections, they can also identify when your smoke detectors may need to be repaired or replaced. They will also know whether it is best to install a photoelectric or ionization smoke detector in your home.
Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation & Replacement
If your home uses natural gas in any form, you should always have a carbon monoxide detector installed and ensure it is working properly. Plus, certain equipment will also give off CO fumes during their operations, like furnaces. Carbon monoxide is odorless and colorless, and it can be deadly before you even realize it. A CO detector can help prevent you from suffering any long-term effects of prolonged carbon monoxide exposure and poisoning.
Some of the warning signs of this include:
- Sudden headaches
- Chest pain
- Dizziness or disorientation
- Sudden fatigue
Should you experience any of the above symptoms, it’s important that you exit your home immediately and call 911. Once you and your home have been cleared by medical professionals, call Discount Service Electric and we’ll send someone out to conduct the necessary installations or replacements.
Having your carbon monoxide installed at just the right place and heights throughout the home could save you and your family’s lives. A professional Murrieta carbon monoxide installer can identify the perfect locations for the best coverage to protect you within your home.
Smart WiFi Connected Smoke & CO Detectors
With the advent of smart technology, you can now install a WiFi-connected smart smoke and carbon monoxide detector that monitors your home and alerts you when there is any hint of a problem. You will receive an alert on your phone if there is an issue while you are away from home.
Maintaining Your Detectors Over the Years
Even if your detectors are integrated with your electrical system, you should still check and change the backup batteries annually. Make sure to test your detectors on a monthly basis and call an electrician if you notice any faults.
If your smoke or carbon monoxide detectors are giving faulty beeping notifications, then quickly have them replaced. It’s important that they are functioning properly in the event of a problem.
Your Safety Is Our Priority
Too many home fires and CO poisoning deaths happen in homes that did not have detectors. Improve your home protection and save you and your family’s lives. Call Discount Service Electric for quality smoke detector and carbon monoxide installation in Murrieta. Our prices are upfront and affordable, and we offer a guarantee on all labor and equipment.
Get a hold of us today at (951) 338-2595.