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Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms
Smoke alarms that are properly installed and maintained are your first line of defense to help you escape a house fire without injury or death. With the rate at which a modern-day house fire can spread, every second counts and a working smoke alarm can alert you before it’s too late.
Smoke alarms need to be installed on every level in your home, and outside sleeping areas. Test your alarm monthly, and change batteries twice a year. Smoke alarms expire and need to be replaced after 10 years.
Carbon monoxide also referred to as the “invisible Killer” is a colourless, odorless, invisible gas that is created when incomplete combustion occurs. Heating and cooking equipment can be sources of carbon monoxide in the home. Installing Carbon Monoxide detectors on every level of your home will help keep you safe.
More information on smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors can be found by clicking the below links.