Carbon Monoxide Detector Placement and Installation
Having a functional smoke detector is crucial in ensuring the safety of your entire household. You want to be alerted if there is a fire in the house as soon as possible, and the smoke detector should also automatically notify the fire department that something is wrong. Due to this reason, you should never neglect performing inspections and maintenance. You should perform or call us to perform a smoke detector inspection if the smoke detector:
- Hasn’t been inspected yet this year
- Goes off randomly
- Makes chirping or other odd noises
- Looks like it’s faulty
- Has odd blinking lights
If you’re concerned about your smoke detector or your carbon monoxide detector, you can always contact Eck Services for help. We can come over and take a look at the wiring, the inside components, and the overall functionality of both devices to make sure that they are in working order.
Reliable Smoke Detector Wiring in Kingman
The right smoke and carbon monoxide detector placement are important. According to the International Association of Fire Chiefs, you should install smoke detectors on every floor of your home, even the basement, and the detector should be within 10 feet of each bedroom door.
Here, at Eck Services, we are well aware of all the codes and industry standards and can easily help you find and install both smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. With close to two decades of experience, Eck Services is one of the best electrical companies
in the area. We pride ourselves in offering fast, reliable, exceptional, and affordable electrical assistance and take our time to make sure that the job is always done right. We will go out of our way to exceed your expectations.
Give us a call today for smoke detector wiring and installation or carbon monoxide detector installation.
Call us for proper smoke detector wiring in Kingman, KS. There are two different types: ionization, which detects changes in the ionization of air, and photoelectric, which detects changes in the amount of light that’s passing through. You should perform a smoke detector inspection at least once a year just to make sure that it’s functioning.
Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are slightly different things. One detects only smoke, so it can alert you of a fire, and the other detects carbon monoxide, which is an odorless and invisible gas. Exposure to carbon monoxide can cause flu-like symptoms like vomiting, dizziness, weakness, headache, upset stomach, chest pain, and confusion. Excess exposure can even lead to death. Not only should you get proper carbon monoxide detector placement in your home, but you should also ensure that the alarm will be loud enough to alert you.