The shortcomings of ordinary smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Defending against fire is a crucial consideration, and smoke detectors perform a critical part in keeping your family safe. Despite that fact, smoke detectors have some shortcomings. For example, they can only identify smoke, not high temps. When there is a fire in your home, you would not be alerted before the smoke rises to the smoke detector. Although there are some other telltale signs of fire -- such as a sharp increase in warmth -- if there's no smoke, you will fail to get a warning from your smoke detector.
In addition, smoke detectors only activate if they detect an adequate amount of smoke. If a fire starts small, you may not be cautioned until the flames are out of control. Some smoke detectors use dual sensors, which means they will be able to perceive smoke from both roaring flames and something less intense. Then when they sound their alarm, it falls to the occupant to notify the fire department after they safely leave the property.