If you didn’t set your clocks back one hour, you are now finding out the hard way that daylight savings time is over. Don’t forget to take this opportunity to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. You do NOT want to find out the hard way that the batteries in these life-saving devices have failed!
Batteries in these devices should be changed every 6 months. And did you know that, unlike smoke detectors, the sensors in carbon monoxide detectors are only designed to last 2-3 years? If it’s been more than 3 years since you replaced your Carbon Monoxide detector, contact BelRed today and ask about our low-level CO detectors – which provides the best protection available for you and your loved ones, along with a long-lasting 5-year sensor.Tags: Safety