The limitations of ordinary smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Fire safety is a chief concern for homeowners, and smoke detectors perform an essential role in shielding your family. However, smoke detectors have some shortcomings. For example, they can only react to smoke, not extreme temperatures. When there is a blaze starting in your home, you may not be alerted until the smoke ascends to the smoke detector. Although there are some other significant signs of fire -- like a sudden rise in heat -- if there's no smoke, there is no warning from your smoke detector.
What’s more, smoke detectors only sound the alarm when they encounter enough smoke. If a fire creeps along slowly at first, you might not be alerted until the flames are out of control. Various smoke detectors use more than one sensor, meaning they will recognize smoke from both a raging fire and smoldering remnants. Then when they do go off, it's up to the resident to notify the fire department after exiting the property.