The limitations of traditional smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Fire safety is a chief concern for homeowners, and smoke detectors take on an essential role in safeguarding your family. Even so, smoke detectors have their limitations. For example, they will only react to smoke, not extreme temperatures. If there is a blaze starting in your residence, you may not be alerted until the smoke reaches the smoke detector. Although there are some other telltale indications of fire -- including a sudden heat increase -- if there's no smoke, you will fail to get a triggered smoke detector.
In addition, smoke detectors only sound the alarm when they detect ample smoke. When a fire begins slowly, you may not be warned until the flames are out of control. Many smoke detectors employ more than one sensor, meaning they will detect smoke from both a raging fire and something less intense. Whenever they do go off, it’s required of the homeowner to contact the fire department after they safely leave the property.