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A "chirping" smoke alarm is an alert that the battery in the alarm needs to be replaced or the alarm is defective and may need to be replaced. Click here to find out more information on smoke alarms.
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Smoke alarms, both hardwired and battery operated, should be replaced after 10 years. Click here to find out more information on smoke alarms.
You should change the batteries in your smoke alarm at least twice per year. Also, you should test your smoke alarm weekly to make sure it still sounds. Click here to find out more information on smoke alarms.
A permit may be required if the tent is greater than 900 square feet, or more than 30 feet in any dimension, or if cooking with an open flame under it.
The name of the inspector is on the front sheet of the violation paperwork. Call our office at 609-799-0909, ext. 1203 to speak with an inspector.
Every occupancy is inspected at least once during the calendar year. Some occupancies require semi-annual or annual fire inspections.