Will someone come out and inspect or replace the batteries in the smoke detector in the home of my elderly parents?

Yes. The Fire/Rescue Department has a program to provide free smoke detectors/batteries for elderly residents. To make an appointment to have a detector installed, call 413-587-1032.

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1. When is open burning season?
2. How do I get a permit or smoke detector certificate?
3. How do I get a copy of a fire report?
4. How often should I change my smoke detector batteries?
5. Will someone come out and inspect or replace the batteries in the smoke detector in the home of my elderly parents?
6. How do I get one of those red house number markers?
7. Do you refill or recharge fire extinguishers?
8. Where are smoke detectors required to be located?