The drawbacks of ordinary smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Defending against fire is a chief concern for homeowners, and smoke detectors play a critical role in keeping your family safe. Even so, smoke detectors have their drawbacks. To illustrate, they can only react to smoke, not high temps. When there is a fire in your home, you might not be warned unless the smoke reaches the smoke detector. Although there are further telltale signals of fire -- like a sharp heat increase -- if you don’t have smoke, you won’t have a triggered smoke detector.
In addition, smoke detectors only sound the alarm when they find an adequate amount of smoke. When a fire starts small, you may not be warned until the flames are out of control. Many smoke detectors employ dual sensors, meaning they will detect smoke from both roaring flames and smoldering remnants. Whenever they do go off, it's up to the resident to contact the fire department after exiting the premises.