Life & Home Safety Measures to Keep You Safe
How a Denver Electrician Can Help Your Denver Metro Area or Boulder Home
Everyone is aware of how important smoke detectors are for your home, but not everyone knows that they have options when it comes to their smoke detector set-up. In addition to ensuring that you have the right number of smoke detectors for your home, our knowledgeable electrician in Denver can also help you with smoke detector placement, and advise if an interconnected smoke detector system is right for you. For a detailed estimate and to schedule a life and home safety inspection, call Absolute Electrical, Heating and Air today.
In addition to smoke detectors, we also provide the following home-safety services:
- Smoke detector system upgrades
- Carbon monoxide detector service & installation
- Home electrical inspections
- 24/7 emergency services
Interconnected Smoke Detecting Systems
It is recommended that homes have smoke detectors on every level, and in every bedroom or sleeping area. Traditional, battery-powered smoke detectors set off an alarm when smoke reaches the area that they are in, alerting you to a fire. Interconnected smoke detecting systems function similarly, but because all detectors are interconnected, when smoke is detected in one area, all alarms go off, ensuring that you are alerted, no matter what part of the house you are in. To ensure that your smoke detector system is up to snuff, contact our Denver smoke detector electricians today.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Also called a CO detector, carbon monoxide detectors are vital to your family’s safety. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless gas that is a result of not enough oxygen combining with natural gas.
Though some manufacturers include an additive that renders carbon monoxide detectable, you cannot rely on this, and you need carbon monoxide detectors to alert you in the event dangerous levels occur in your home. CO detectors should be on every level of your home. If you do not currently have carbon monoxide detectors in your home, or if you need your current CO detectors replaced, call Absolute Electrical, Heating and Air today.
Absolute Electrical, Heating and Air: Protecting You and Your Home
At Absolute Electrical, Heating and Air, we take the safety of you and your home seriously. Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors do not last forever. Batteries must be changed, and CO detectors must be replaced every 5-7 years. As a family owned, local business, we are proud to offer our clients a 100% satisfaction guarantee, as well as prompt, reliable service.
Our Denver electricians are fully licensed and insured, and will provide you with the information you need to feel confident that you and your family are protected.