If you are still getting used to how dark it is when you wake up every morning, you are not alone. The time change can throw us all for a loop, but frankly, we are still really enjoying how long it stays light in the evening now. Still have a clock in your car or home that displays the wrong time, go ahead and get it changed, so you do not end up running late to an important appointment. The experts at Long Island water heater installation by Waterheaters.com and the Long Island Fire Department have one more task they would like you to add to your list. When you change your clocks, check your carbon monoxide detectors.
Unlike schools or offices, you probably do not have a schedule for checking your alarms at home. By always testing your carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks, you will have a reliable schedule that you will not forget. You can test the alarm just by pushing the test button. Swap the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector with fresh ones every year, and you should always replace any carbon monoxide detectors that are older than 10-years-old.
If you do not have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, you should go out and get one. Anyone who has a gas water heater, gas fireplace or attached garage needs a carbon monoxide detector properly installed and working in their home. If your gas water heater is getting old and you would like to replace it with something more efficient, there are many options for Long Island water heater installation by Waterheaters.com. We will provide you with master plumbers who are experts at sizing and installing water heaters. We would love the opportunity to talk to you about your family’s needs and all the ways you can save money in the long run with tax breaks and energy savings. Please contact Waterheaters.com for more information.