Putting Your Comfort and Safety First
Since 1979, Save Home Heat Company has served our customers with the best in home comfort services. Helping improve the quality of life in your home is our goal, and as part of that commitment, we provide professional carbon monoxide detector services for Broomfield, CO and surrounding communities.
Our friendly and knowledgeable team will help you safeguard your home against carbon monoxide leaks, and you can rely on our highly skilled electricians to provide expert installations for each device. We strive to exceed your expectations with all that we do, and always have your best interests in mind.
- New Carbon Monoxide Detector Installations
- New Carbon Monoxide Alarm Installations
- Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Detector Replacements
- CO and Smoke Alarm Combination Unit Installations
- Wireless, Communicating Detectors & Alarms
- Assessment of Placement and Quantity
- Product Selection Assistance
The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide
Carbon monoxide, commonly abbreviated ‘CO,’ is a deadly gas that has no odor, color, or taste. Fuel-burning devices like furnaces, water heaters, and fireplaces – even gas ranges and stoves – have the potential to produce unhealthy levels of carbon monoxide, so taking protective measures is imperative to the safety of you and your family. Having CO detectors placed strategically throughout your home allows you constant monitoring for the presence of carbon monoxide and affords you precious time to act by alerting you the moment CO is detected.
Safeguard Against Carbon Monoxide Leaks By:
- Having CO detectors placed strategically in your home
- Maintaining your gas appliances routinely
- Testing CO detectors monthly
- Replacing any batteries every year
- Replacing CO detectors every 5 to 7 years
Experienced Carbon Monoxide Detector Services
Testing your existing CO detectors monthly and replacing them as necessary is vital to sustaining protection against dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home. Newer carbon monoxide detectors will alert you with a “chirp” when they are reaching the end of their effective lifespan (not to be confused with low-battery beeps), and marking devices with the date they were installed is a great way to keep track of how long they have been in use. Residential carbon monoxide detectors have a lifespan of 5 to 7 years, and should be replaced after that length of time to ensure you’ll be properly alerted in the case of a CO leak. Our experienced electricians install high quality carbon monoxide detectors and alarms in bedrooms, common areas, and anywhere else in your home that will benefit from having CO monitoring. We offer low-pressure advice and recommendations and will assess your home to give you valuable feedback on any ways we identify to improve safety and security.
With over forty years serving our community, Save Home Heat Company is proud to have many long-term customer relationships. We continue to work hard on a daily basis to earn their trust, and to demonstrate the same level of commitment to high quality customer service to all of our newer customers.