Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Detector Installation in Denver
Need to Install a Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector?
We have a specialist for that.
Our specialists install:
- Smoke-only detectors
- CO & smoke combination detectors
Plus, all of our detectors come with 10-year batteries for maintenance-free alarms and a solid 1-year parts and labor warranty.
How it works
Schedule an appointment with ease.
Call us at (303) 436-2525 or contact us online, and a Client Care Representative will schedule your in-home assessment for a day and time that's convenient for you. In a hurry? Let us know. We can complete the installation that same day if it works with your schedule.
Receive a courtesy call.
You'll receive a call when your Smoke & CO Detector Specialist is 20–30 minutes away, so you won't have to wait around all day. You'll also get an email showing you a picture and bio of the specialist coming to your home.
Get an accurate price estimate.
Your specialist will assess your detector needs and provide you with an honest and accurate price estimate.
Relax as we install your detector.
We'll take care of everything needed to install your home's smoke and/or CO detectors. We can usually get started on the same day you contact us. Installation typically takes us 15–30 minutes per unit.
Share your feedback.
After the job, you'll get a call from a Client Care Representative who will make sure you're 100% satisfied with your service from start to finish. Your feedback matters to us.
Price: How much does it cost to install hard-wired smoke & CO detectors?
Installing hard-wired smoke and CO detectors in the Denver area typically costs anywhere from $150 to $250 per unit.
Want a more accurate price estimate? The only way we can give you an accurate price is through a free in-home estimate. However, we can say that the price varies based on these factors:
- The amount of detectors you need installed. The more detectors you need to install in your home, the more the overall installation will cost. Not sure how many detectors you'll need in your home? Well, in Denver, the number typically increases with each bedroom and floor in your home. For more information on how many detectors you'll need to install, check here or contact us for an in-home consultation.
- The kind of detector you choose. The more advanced features your smoke and/or CO detector has, the more you'll pay for the overall installation. Some examples of more expensive technology available for today's detectors include "smart" detectors, voice alerts and digital displays (CO detectors only).
- How difficult the installation is. High ceilings, needing to install a new circuit breaker to power the detectors and cutting into drywall are just some examples of "difficulties" that can increase the overall installation cost.
Want to learn more about these cost factors? Just check out our in-depth blog, "How Much Does It Cost to Install Hard-Wired Smoke &CO Detectors?".
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100% satisfaction guaranteed (yes, really!)
We strive to get the job done right the first time. But if you have any issues, just call. You'll have your own client advocate to help you resolve any issues until you're 100% satisfied.