Why is it that the low battery alarm on your smoke detector seems to go off at the most inopportune time? Chirps or beeps in the middle of the night or during a big meeting can be annoying. There is a simple way to minimize this disruption.
Check the batteries in your smoke detectors at the same time every year.
If you live in an area that observes Daylight Saving Time (DST)
You “gain” an hour when it is time to set your clocks back to standard time so change the batteries in your smoke detectors when you change your clocks.
• Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, October 29, 2017 in the northern hemisphere, across much of Europe and some of Mexico.
• Sunday, November 5, 2017 is the end of Daylight Saving Time across parts of Canada, the United States (excluding Hawaii and most of Arizona), and some of Mexico.
If you live where DST is not observed, choose Halloween or an easy-to-remember anniversary
Numerous countries—as well as individual states and territories within countries that do mark DST—keep standard time instead of changing to Daylight Saving Time. You don’t gain an hour but you can put your time to good use. Check your smoke detectors and their batteries.
Change the alkaline batteries in your smoke detectors to OmniCel Lithium 9 volt batteries.
The OmniCel Lithium 9 volt battery lasts up to five times longer than an alkaline battery. It will give you a long service life in your smoke detector, lasting up to 10 years which is especially important to consider for those hard-to-reach smoke detectors. The OmniCel Lithium 9 volt battery helps provide peace of mind for you and your family.
Here at OmniCel, we don’t just sell batteries; we research, develop, and manufacture them. We guarantee fresh, high quality batteries.
Isn’t it time you replaced your smoke detector battery? Buy one of our 9 volt batteries now and receive free shipping.