Smoke and Carbon Monoxide
There are many factors when we talk about residential smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. We can talk brand, model, photoelectric, ionization, combination, dual, hardwired, interconnected, battery operated, battery back-up, plug-in, etc. Some of the determining factors needed to answer the questions you may have are: When was the house built? Has the house gone through any major renovation? specially electrical upgrade? If so, what year did the renovations take place? Is the house a single family or multifamily? To quickly and easily answer some of these questions click here to take a look at our quick reference chart for smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.
Do you want to understand the different types of detectors? Are you looking for some more information regarding smoke and carbon monoxide detectors? Click here for a pamphlet from the Department of Fire Services.