The drawbacks of traditional smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Protecting your home from fire is a chief concern for homeowners, and smoke detectors take on an essential part in shielding your family. Even so, smoke detectors have some drawbacks. To illustrate, they are only able to detect smoke, not extreme temperatures. In the event there is a fire in your house, you would not be alerted before the smoke ascends to the smoke detector. While there are some other telltale signals of fire -- like a sharp rise in heat -- if there’s a lack of smoke, you won’t have a warning from your smoke detector.
In addition, smoke detectors only sound the alarm when they find enough smoke. In the event a fire creeps along slowly at first, you may not be alerted until the situation is out of hand. Many smoke detectors utilize dual-sensor technology, meaning they will recognize smoke from both a blazing inferno and a more gradual burn. Whenever they do go off, it falls to the homeowner to call emergency services after they safely leave the residence.