SMOKE & CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) DETECTORS
Working detectors save lives.
Residential fire deaths have decreased steadily as the number of homes with smoke alarms increased. People that have smoke alarms installed in their home, have a 50% better chance of surviving a home fire.
Laramie County Fire District #2 installs smoke & CO detectors and helps change batteries for your safety. With the help of the American Red Cross, LCFD#2 provides smoke detectors at no cost to you!
If your smoke or CO detector is over 10 years old, replace it.
Do not think that your detectors sit idle until smoke or CO is present. Your detector is working 24/7 monitoring the air. Both hard-wired and battery operated alarms are equally affected by age.
Do you know how many of each detector should be installed and the best location? Don't guess. Let us help you with consultation and or installation.