If your smoke alarms are ten years old or more, it is time to consider a new smoke detector installation in your home. A hardwired smoke detector system offers two power sources, both battery and electrical so forgetting to change a battery won’t jeopardize your family or your home. And since hardwired smoke detectors are connected to the other hardwired smoke detectors in your system, a fire in one room will trigger an alarm everywhere in the house, alerting your family to get to safety right away, no matter where they are in the home.
Smoke Detector Installation
Hardwired Smoke Alarms
If you are like our team of electricians, the safety of our family and our home is our number one priority. And there’s no better way to protect those we love than with a hardwired smoke detector installation. Our expert electricals at Eric Krise Electrical can install and wire a whole home smoke detector system to provide safety and security to you and your family, whether you are at home or away.
Eric Krise Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling’s team of experts can also assist you with:
- Attic fans
- Bathroom fans
- Ceiling fans
- Baseboard heat
- Home theatre and surround sound
- Pool or spa bonding
- Indoor lighting
- Outdoor lighting
- and more.
We guarantee our work to come in on time and on budget, with the highest level of professionalism and quality offered in the electrical industry. We are licensed and insured for smoke detector installations and other residential electrical work through New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland (License No. NJ 16241, DE T1-0005866, MD 13672).
The U.S. Fire Administration recommends smoke detectors be changed every ten years or when they start to yellow, which ever occurs first. Test your smoke detectors a twice a year and, when testing, replace the batteries each time, even in hardwired smoke detector systems.