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Daylight Saving Time & Smoke Detectors | DeKalb, IL

Scott Schramer -

DeKalb, IL Residents: Check Your Smoke Detectors When Daylight Saving Time Ends

ServiceMaster by Skip reminds everyone to prevent fire damage by replacing the batteries in their smoke detectors regularly.

Daylight Saving Time always tends to sneak up on people. This is mainly because people don’t spend a lot of time planning for Daylight Saving Time, because it’s not one of those calendar events that carry much in the way of fanfare.

Regardless, Daylight Saving Time should still serve as a regular, if sudden, reminder to perform routine inspection and maintenance of the smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms throughout your home. These are simple but crucial devices that can save your home from fire damage and smoke damage.

Therefore, come November 2, all Illinois residents in and around Sandwich, Genoa, DeKalb, Cortland, and Somonauk should make a note to check all smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms in a small act of defiance against the scourge of fire damage and smoke damage.

Should your home experience a fire damage or smoke damage disaster, call on the fire restoration professionals at ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip. We’re available at all hours, every day (even holidays) to assist you with any fire damage restoration needs you may require. Our certified and professional staff relies on an exhaustive five step process that utilizes the most cutting edge materials and equipment in use today.

ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning Services by Skip works quickly and efficiently to ensure your home is restored and up and running with as little disruption to your daily life as possible. Remember to check your smoke alarms this November, or you might be calling us for fire and smoke restoration sooner than you’d like.


 
Wednesday January 30th, 2019#Fire Restoration