“Prevent that annoying chirp of a dying smoke alarm battery by replacing the alkaline batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms now, unless you have newer alarms with 10-year sealed batteries,” State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey said. “Check the age of your alarms. Smoke alarms need to be replaced after 10 years usually, and carbon monoxide alarms after 5-7.”Time is the enemy in a fire”Time is your enemy in a fire, and working smoke alarms give you precious time to use your […]

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