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Question DetailsAsked on 5/23/2017

Who can replace smoke alarms near 93727

I'm looking for someone who can replace smoke alarm batteries that are too high for me to do.

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


Here are a number of previous similar questions with answers FYI:

Note - depending on how many hiogh ones you have, if they are battery-only type (not hard-wired) because of the $50-150 labor cost to have someone come out, might well pay to buy the appropriate number of new- 10-year alarms - go 10 years with built-in battery then you throw them out, to avoid a yearly labor charge for battery changes.

There are also now special alarm and medical device batteries (about $10 each) from UltraLife and Kidde that are rated for 10 year life - certainly worth that cost at least to have those batteries put in, for at least a few years between battery changes, even if the alarms are hard-wired. Guy coming to change them would not have those on hand, so to avoid pahying him to go get some (at not at every store) buy in advance - all fire/smoke/CO alarms I have ever seen in the US were standard 9V battery type, one battery per alarm unit.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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