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Homeowner’s sometimes put off fixing or maintaining items in their house. But if you forget to maintain your smoke detectors it can be deadly! Smoke detectors should be replaced after 10 years, have the batteries replaced annually, should be cleaned and tested often, even if they have passed inspection by the Fire Department.

Let Daniels Electric, LLC take the worry of that away from you. By setting up a custom designed maintenance program for you.

We would like to offer a free in home evaluation of you current system as well as propose a custom designed smoke detection maintenance program for your house

We have been in the Electrical Contracting business since 1986 serving the Merrimack Valley and surrounding areas.

Smoke Detector Facts

We at Daniels Electric would like to bring to your attention some key points regarding Smoke/Fire detection and offer our services to you.
Did you know Smoke Detectors...

Smoke Detection Maintenance Program

  1. Document all current detectors, brand and model number along with current location (hall, bedroom etc.)
  2. Inspect & clean all detectors
  3. Replace all batteries
  4. Test for proper Voltage (Hard wired units)
  5. Test system
  6. Schedule a 6 or 12 month return visit

Massachusetts Requirement for Carbon Monoxide Alarms

In November 2005, Governor Mitt Romney signed “Nicole’s Law” which places certain requirements on owners of all residential properties to install and maintain carbon monoxide (CO) alarms. The Board of Fire Prevention Regulations has developed the regulations (527 CMR 31.00) establishing the specific requirements of the law including the type, location, maintenance and inspection requirements for the alarms.

Who Is Impacted by this Law?

What Do I Have to Do?

Install CO alarms on every level of your home except for basements and attics that do not have habitable living spaces (i.e., family rooms, dens, etc.) by March 31, 2006.

Landlords Must Inspect Annually and at Start of Each Rental Period

Landlords must inspect, maintain, and replace, if necessary, required CO alarms annually and at the beginning of any rental period. Tenants should report any problems with detectors to the landlord immediately and learn to recognize the difference between the smoke alarm and the carbon monoxide detector.