Framingham Fire Suspends Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Inspections

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FRAMINGHAM – “Due to the Emergency Executive Orders Affecting Licensing & Inspections from Governor Charlie Baker, the Framingham Fire Department is not conducting 26F Smoke Detector & Carbon Monoxide Alarm Certification inspections until further notice,” announced the department today, March 23.

The legal requirement for 26F inspections has been postponed, and will be the responsibility of the buyer when the order is rescinded, said the Framingham Fire Department.

As a result, online applications for 26F certifications have been disabled at this time, said the department.

To read the full executive order, visit…/governors-emergency-executi…/download

Although the legal requirements for a certificate has been suspended, it is still recommended for the safety of your household that all homes are equipped with working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, said the Framingham Fire Department.

To see the State’s guide book for placement of alarms, visit…/conumersguidesd-co2016-bookl…


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