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2/25/2016 (Permalink)

Keep your household safe


New York State law requires smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in all types of housing. Detectors are the best way keep family members safe in the event of a fire or a release of highly poisonous carbon monoxide gas.

Smoke Detector Information

  • Smoke detectors should be installed in every room of your home except the kitchen.
  • Test your batteries once every six months, and replace your detector every ten years, or immediately if it becomes defective.  

Carbon Monoxide Detector Information

  • Carbon monoxide detectors should be installed on every level of a home that has a sleeping area, and on the level that contains a carbon monoxide/heating source.
  • Battery-powered detectors should be tested very six months. The device itself should be replaced every 10 years or as soon as it becomes defective.
  • Take all alarms and alerts seriously and call 911 immediately. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas.
  • Carbon Monoxide dectors should be placed on each floor
  • Please take this seriously to prevent tradgedies and keep your family safe

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