Do you have a working smoke detector in your home? A smoke detector is the first line of defense to protect your family in the event of a fire. Most serious fatal fires happen in the middle of the night and your family needs to be prepared.
Did you know that, smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years? Batteries should also be changed every time we change the clocks with Daylight Savings Time.
Carbon monoxide is a poisonous, odorless, toxic gas that can cause severe injury and even result in death in some cases. A CO detector alerts occupants of the presence of Carbon Monoxide inside your home.
The Bethany Santiago Fire Department has partnered with the American Red Cross and the Jeffery Lee Williams Foundation https://www.jeffreysfoundation.org/ to provide smoke and CO detectors at no charge.
If you are in need of a smoke or CO detector, please contact us at 803-222-3010 or email@example.com. You may also contact Lt Richard Palmer at 704-215-8909.