Carbon Monoxide Detectors Need Replacement

Safeguard your facilities and improve your bottom line.

Get Ahead of Demand

Schedule CO detector audits and make replacements work for your bottom line in 2019. Seven years ago, states began rolling out new CO legislation requiring sealed batteries. Those batteries are set to last seven years and their replacement beeps are scheduled to sound. Stock the right replacement CO detectors for your business and clients. Get ahead of those replacement beeps.

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When Will the Beeps Start?

Each state is different. Every facility is different. Laws are adopted at different times. Use our CO replacement calendar to gauge your facilities' needs. Start audits as soon as possible to be fully stocked before the beeps begin.

Pro Tip

Many detectors have a hush feature that can temporarily silence their replacement beeps for three days. Use this to limit disturbances while you replace these CO detectors. If your detectors do not have this feature, consider replacements that do.

Facilities Scheduled to Beep in 2019

Location Facility Type
California Dormitories
Connecticut Schools (K-12)
Maine Hotels/Motels
Adult Care Facilities
Maryland Schools (K-12)
New York City Hotels/Motels
Vermont Adult Care Facilities

The National Fire Protection Association recommends at least one CO detector on every level. The table above is based on the month and year that CO alarm requirements were implemented in each facility type by state. Exceptions and unique circumstances may apply.

Replace Now, Save Over Lifetime

Get the most out of your replacement CO detectors with a 10-year sealed battery. These alarms increase return on your maintenance investments and deliver the highest levels of safety for your property and building occupants. From savings on annual maintenance to replacement batteries, you'll get the most out of detectors equipped with a 10-year sealed battery. For even more ongoing savings, choose a combination alarm.

Standard CO Detectors 10-Year Sealed Battery CO Detectors
Average life 10 years 10 years
Cost per alarm $20 $35
Replacement batteries $3.50 per Battery $0
Total battery replacement cost $35 $0
Annual labor $$ $0
Total lifetime cost $55 + Annual Labor $35

New CO Legislation

Stay on top of new laws and ahead of violations. Ohio and West Virginia are signing new CO legislation into law. Audit your properties as soon as possible to ensure your CO detectors are either in compliance or replaced.