There are two types of alarms, ionization and photoelectric alarms, and there is a huge difference in the two. Read more
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reminded consumers last month that when they changed their clocks on November 5th they should have changed the batteries in smoke alarms and carbo... Read more
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging consumers in the Atlanta area to check their homes for counterfeit smoke alarms. About 18,500 counterfeit photoelectric smoke alarms wer... Read more
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