The limitations of ordinary smoke alarms in [[targetlocaion]]
Defending against fire is a crucial consideration, and smoke detectors play an essential role in safeguarding your family. Even so, smoke detectors have their drawbacks. For example, they can only react to smoke, not heat. In the event there is a fire in your house, you may not be alerted unless the smoke rises to the smoke detector. Even though there are some other telltale indications of fire -- such as a sudden rise in heat -- if there's no smoke, you won’t have a triggered smoke detector.
In addition, smoke detectors only beep if they encounter an adequate amount of smoke. In the event a fire starts small, you may not be cautioned until the flames are out of control. Some smoke detectors employ dual sensors, which means they will detect smoke from both a raging fire and something less intense. If they start beeping, it falls to the resident to contact emergency services after safely leaving the property.