Smoke Detectors

Smoke Detector Installation Alpharetta & Atlanta

Smoke Detector Installation
MNE offers smoke detector installation in Alpharetta & Atlanta. Installing both smoke and CO detectors is critical. You can also consider installing detection devices that detect both smoke and carbon monoxide. This is a small investment considering the unthinkable consequences. Smoke detectors save lives! It is critical to have working smoke detectors in your home. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, 3 out of 5 fire related deaths occur in homes with no smoke detectors or no working smoke detectors. A working smoke detector cuts your chances of dying in half in a reported fire. Contact us for your smoke detector installation in Alpharetta, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Lawrenceville, Cumming, Duluth, Buford, Suwanee and Metro Atlanta.
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Install Smoke Detectors

It is important that your smoke detector be installed safely, correctly and up to code. We will install your smoke detectors quickly and affordably. Here are some important smoke detector safety tips:

  • Install smoke alarms inside and outside every room where people sleep.
  • Install alarms on every level of the house including the basement.
  • Interconnect smoke detectors so when one alarm sounds they all sound.
  • Smoke alarms should be at least 10 ft from the stove to reduce false alarms from cooking.
  • Replace smoke detectors every 10 years.

Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors

MNE can install your carbon monoxide detector. CO detectors are important to alert us of carbon monoxide gas. CO is a colorless, odorless gas that is undetectable by the human senses. It causes flu like symptoms with low level exposure and more severe symptoms and/or death at higher levels and longer durations of time. Carbon monoxide is created by malfunctioning fuel burning appliances such as ranges, water heaters, furnaces and room heaters. CO is also created from fireplaces and charcoal burning equipment. High powered engines, such as cars and portable generators also create CO.

For best placement of CO detectors in a home, the Consumer Products Safety Commission recommends the following:
  • CPSC recommends that one CO alarm be installed in the hallway outside the bedrooms in each separate sleeping area of the home. 
  • CO alarms may be installed into a plug-in receptacle or high on the wall. Hard wired or plug-in CO alarms should have battery backup. 
  • Avoid locations that are near heating vents or that can be covered by furniture or draperies. 
  • CPSC does not recommend installing CO alarms in kitchens or above fuel-burning appliances.
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