When do you guys usually recommend updating the alarm system. Asking for a friend?
After the flames are gone and the smoke clears!
I referred them out for yearly checkups to the qualified professionals that serviced them.
It looks like they are remiss in their alarm system care. It looks old. LOL!
Is that a sauna, Alan?https://aws1.discourse-cdn.com/internachi/original/3X/1/2/12da69b484e3da19daee4dd755eb406290dd5246.jpeg
According to the National*Fire Protection Association (NFPA), which recommends that you replace a detector when it’s 10 years old.(Apr 8, 2015)
If the alarm stations look like this:
This was a Baltimore City home I recently inspected for City licensing.
Upstairs closet, but there were three of these in the house, and I kid you not they were the alarm system for the house.