Smoke alarm / CO detectors 

Our experienced installers will then remove your old smoke alarms, install the new ones, and test each smoke alarm to ensure that it is working properly

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Are you concerned about the safety of your home and family in the event of a fire? Are your smoke alarms more than 10 years old or not functioning properly? It's time to consider a smoke alarm replacement service.

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Smoke alarm types

Smoke alarms


Ionization Smoke Detectors

The smoke enters the chamber, it disrupts the ionization process, triggering the alarm.

Photoelectric Smoke Detectors

These detectors use a light source and a sensor to detect smoke.

Carbon monoxide alarms

Carbon monoxide (CO) detectors are essential safety devices that can help detect the presence of carbon monoxide gas, a colorless, odorless gas that can be deadly if inhaled.

Electrochemical detectors are the most common type and are generally considered the most reliable

Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms have sensing technologies that work together to detect fires and the odorless, colorless, tasteless gas known as CO 

How are powered & interconnected

Interconnection allows all of the smoke alarms in your home to communicate with each other. If one alarm is triggered, all alarms in the home will sound.

Battery powered

If you are still using battery powered smoke detectors and are considering installing hard wired smoke detectors

Hard wire interconnected with battery backup

Hardwired smoke alarms can also provide a constant source of power, so you don't have to worry about changing batteries.

hardwired and wifi interconnected

smart smoke alarms are designed to be interconnected wirelessly, eliminating the need for hardwiring

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Smart smoke alarms can be interconnected both wirelessly and through a hardwired connection, depending on the model and manufacturer.


What is the difference between smoke alarms and smoke detectors?

Smoke alarms are usually self-contained units that are easy to install and require minimal maintenance. They are designed to provide both smoke detection and alarm capabilities in a single unit. E.g. Residential houses

Smoke detectors are devices that sense smoke and trigger an alarm, usually by sounding a loud audible alarm or by sending a signal to a monitoring system. E.g. Commercial buildings

Where carbon monoxide come from?

From any fuel-burning such as gasoline, propane, natural gas, oil or wood. Appliance that is malfunctioning or improperly installed.

E.g. furnaces, gas range/stove, gas clothes dryer, water heater, portable fuel-burning space heaters, fireplaces, generators and wood burning stoves.

How often should smoke detectors be tested?

Smoke detectors should be tested at least once a month to ensure that they are functioning correctly.

How long do smoke alarms last?

Most smoke alarms have a lifespan of around ten years. After this time, they should be replaced, even if they appear to be functioning correctly.

How long do CO alarms last?

It is recommended replace CO alarms every 7 to 10 years depending of the brand. After this time, they should be replaced, even if they appear to be functioning correctly.