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Test Your CO2 Alarm

Make sure it is working test your CO2 alarm today!

Installing smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home is one of the most important steps you can take towards keeping you and your family safe. Making sure that they are fitted correctly and regularly maintained and if you test your CO2 alarm this will ensure that they work as effectively as possible.

Knowing your carbon monoxide detector is working properly is a serious matter. You can test your alarm to ensure it can identify the level of carbon monoxide (CO) in the air, measured in parts per million (ppm). Pressing the ‘Test’ button on the detector will tell you whether the device has adequate electrical power from an outlet or batteries.

Make sure all your carbon monoxide detectors are correctly installed, at least one per floor of your house, and more than 10 feet from carbon monoxide sources.

Test your CO2 alarm today. If you do not have one call Barry Frampton Limited to fit a Nest Smoke Alarm today.