If your smoke alarm keeps beeping, it may be due to a low battery or a malfunctioning unit. If the battery is low, replace it immediately. If the smoke alarm continues to beep after replacing the battery, it may need to be replaced entirely. If you are unsure, contact a qualified technician to inspect and replace the smoke alarm if necessary.
Smoke alarms should be replaced every ten years to ensure they are functioning correctly. It is also recommended to replace the battery at least once a year, or as needed, to ensure it has enough power to detect smoke.
While it is possible to install smoke alarms yourself, it is recommended to hire a licensed electrician to ensure proper installation and compliance with regulations. If you choose to install them yourself, make sure to carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions and check with your local government for any specific regulations.