No battery changes needed in newest smoke alarms
(NC)— There is now a way to simplify your family's fire protection as some smoke alarms ring in 2013 with major improvements.
The safety product market leader Kidde is introducing entire line of 'worry-free' smoke alarms. Featuring new 'sensing technology' and 'sealed lithium batteries', these latest models can be installed throughout the home and eliminate common smoke alarm complaints.
The first issue to be addressed is nuisance alarms. These new products, according to Kidde, feature smart-sensing photoelectric technology that minimizes, if not eliminates, cooking and shower steam-related false alarms.
Next on the hit list is battery replacement.
“Our sealed lithium batteries last 10 years and allow you to say good-bye to low-battery chirps that always seem to happen in the middle of the night,” says Carol Heller, a home safety expert for the company. “Never having to replace the batteries for the 10-year lifespan of the smoke alarm is far more convenient and it saves money too.”
“Our customers spoke up and we listened,” Heller continues. “It's our company goal and responsibility to help save lives by making fire safety as easy and convenient as possible.”
More smoke alarm information and safety tips are found at www.kiddecanada.com and www.safeathome.ca.
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