Tonight is Day Light Savings Time and we fall BACK. Of course you will be setting your clocks back one hour and of course you will be changing your smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries and if you are not doing the later you should be.
While you are at it you should check the expiration date on your detector. If you are unsure how to check the date this video will show you how and tell you why it is important. If you can't change your batteries or change your detectors if they are hard wired (and they need to have the batteries changed too -- so do it) you can contact me and I would be happy to do that as part of a service call.
Your detectors may not be doing what you are depending on them to do when it really matters - alert you to a fire or carbon monoxide and save your life and the lives of your family.
Hitting Home Blog
Jon Bronemann - author of "The Hitting Home" blog. Check it out and you will see what I see everyday and why hiring a quality contractor is so very, very important. Seeing is believing and it really does "Hit Home".