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Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detectors in Hendersonville, TN

The following statistic, although shocking, spreads a light on just how important protecting your family is—according to The Journal of the American Medical Association, approximately 2,000 people die from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning each year in the United State. In fact, carbon monoxide poisoning is the leading cause of poisoning deaths in the U.S.

The Technicians at Covenant Heating and Cooling do not take this lightly—and as such we provide professional carbon monoxide detector installation and services to ensure the safety of you and your family in your Hendersonville, TN home. And we don’t stop there—we’ll hardwire your smoke alarms right along with it to ensure your home is well-equipped.

The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is a tasteless, odorless, and colorless gas. In other words, it’s undetectable—the only way you’d be aware of it is with the presence of a properly installed carbon monoxide detector installed in your Hendersonville, TN home.

Of course, there are also physical symptoms that you or your family members can be impacted by this harmful gas—dizziness, headaches, nausea, light–headedness, sleepiness, fatigue and weakness, irregular breathing, shortness of breath, confusion, and even chest pains. Ideally though, we’d like you to never get to this point.

Professional Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation

If you are sleeping when carbon monoxide poisoning occurs, it can make you ill before you’ve even had a chance to recognize any of the above symptoms. This is a large part of the reason that it’s so imperative to have a carbon monoxide detection device installed. This way, you can have the peace of mind that you’ll be warned should this dangerous substance leak into your home.

The risk of carbon monoxide leaks can be exacerbated by a few factors—if you utilize gas appliances like a gas range and stove, gas–powered clothes dryer, water heater, furnace, or gas or wood fireplace. It’s most likely to build up in poorly ventilated areas such as your garage, due to car exhaust, or even your living room due to a clogged chimney or flue. Almost all Hendersonville area homeowners have some carbon monoxide risk.

Don’t Forget Smoke Detector Installation

Whether you’ve moved into a new Hendersonville, TN home, you’re having a house constructed, or there are outdated smoke detectors in your existing living space, we can assist you. It’s required by law to place smoke detectors anywhere that will be inhabited by people—they must be near each bedroom in your home and in many cases should also be present in stairways, hallways, and garages.

The best way to make sure that your smoke detection system will function as it should is by hardwiring it into your electrical system. You can turn to the team at Covenant Heating and Cooling to accurately and safely conduct a smoke detector installation or replacement. It’s best to not gamble with hiring an amateur electrician or an inexperienced handyman for such an important job. Our team keeps your family’s safety in mind in all that we do. In fact, our motto is "Dedicated to the Promise of Serving You!" Contact us today to schedule your smoke detector installation.

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