My carbon monoxide or smoke detector keeps beeping. How do I make it stop?

Your detector may be reaching its end-of-life cycle, and may need to be replaced. Many carbon monoxide and smoke detectors come with a “Hush” feature, which will stop the beeping for 72 hours. To silence the beeping, press and hold the “Hush” or “Test” button. The system will chirp to let you know the command is accepted, and you will have 72 before it begins again. In this time, call our office, and we will send a professional to your home to replace your detectors.