Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detectors in Broomfield, Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and the Surrounding Area
There are a number of things common to the average home that can be a threat to one’s safety. Two of the most common are fire and carbon monoxide. Installing and maintaining both fire and carbon monoxide detectors are an important part of keeping you and your family safe. That’s why Cooper Heating & Cooling offers comprehensive carbon monoxide and smoke detector services throughout the Broomfield, Denver, and Colorado Springs areas.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors You Can Trust
Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless gas that is produced by combusting natural gas. It occurs naturally; most homeowners will encounter it as a side effect of gas combustion. Furnaces, stoves, ovens, and others can produce carbon monoxide. However, home heating systems tend to be the only ones to produce the gas in high enough quantities to be dangerous. Carbon monoxide is dangerous because it’s virtually undetectable without proper sensors.
Rely On Our Smoke Detectors
It may seem silly, but fire can sneak up on a person just as easily as carbon monoxide can. Unless you’re in the room when a fire breaks out, you may not realize what’s going on until it has spread to a significant portion of the house. Early detection has been proven to reduce fire damage and personal injury, which is why smoke detector installation is so important.
This is especially vital if a fire occurs when all the members of the household are asleep, which happens fairly often. Just as with carbon monoxide detectors, you should have smoke detectors installed throughout your home, and have them checked at least once a year.
Let Us Handle Your Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector Needs
Cooper Heating & Cooling offers comprehensive carbon monoxide and smoke detector services throughout Broomfield and the entire Front range. Don’t think that it can’t happen to you just because you’re careful about heating maintenance or don’t use flammable materials in your home very often.
If a fire or carbon monoxide leak does occur, you are going to want the best possible chance to get out of the situation safely. Let us install and maintain your detectors for you, and you can have peace of mind regarding these possibilities. Why take the risk if you don’t have to, right? Our expert technicians will do their part to keep you, your family, and your home safe.