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 safeguarding your family. Even so, smoke detectors have some drawbacks. To illustrate, they are only able to identify smoke, not heat. When there is a blaze starting in your residence, you may not be alerted before the smoke rises to the smoke detector. Although there are some other unmistakable signals of fire -- such as a marked rise in heat -- if you don’t have smoke, you won’t have a sounding of your smoke detector.
What’s more, smoke detectors only beep when they detect an adequate amount of smoke. If a fire starts small, you may not be warned until it's too late. Various smoke detectors employ dual sensors, meaning they will recognize smoke from both roaring flames and something less intense. If they do go off, it’s required of the occupant to notify first responders after exiting the premises.