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Massachusetts General Law requires that a Carbon Monoxide Detector be installed on every level of a home that has fossil fuel burning equipment or an attached garage.
Since 2008 Heat Detectors are required in garages. they must be hardwired and interconnected to the other smoke alarms within the home.
Massachusetts General Law requires that all homes and businesses have numbers of sufficient size and affixed in such a way as to be visible from the street.
When a resident sells his or her home, Massachusetts General Law Chapter 148 Section 26F requires that they equip their home with approved smoke detectors.
In 2010 Massachusetts adopted new regulations regarding the different types of smoke detection technology and how they may be used.