Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Did you know that smoke alarms have an expiration date? Smoke alarms should be replaced 10 years after the manufacturing date and Carbon Monoxide alarms should be replaced about every 5-7 years.

As time elapses, the sensitivity of smoke alarms diminishes and may lose some of their effectiveness in detecting smoke particles. Therefore, it is crucial to remain vigilant about the age of your smoke alarms and prioritize their replacement, even if they seem operational.

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To ensure optimal protection, it’s advisable to replace smoke alarms every ten years or according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

By staying proactive and replacing ageing smoke alarms, you can maintain a reliable and efficient fire detection system, thereby safeguarding lives and property against the threat of fire-related incidents.

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