Each Worry-Free Kitchen Alarm is designed with location-specific features, such as super-bright LEDs in the Hallway Alarm and an added voice warning in the Bedroom Alarm to help wake those who may sleep through the traditional beep. NFPA recommends installing smoke alarms on each floor and inside and outside of sleeping areas. However, survey results show less than a quarter of homeowners comply with this recommendation, and three out of four homeowners don't know where to place alarms."We've heard loud and clear that homeowners are frustrated with low battery chirps and nuisance alarms," said Chris Rovenstine, vice president, sales and marketing, Kidde. "In addition to technology advances that eliminate the low-battery chirp, the Worry-Free smoke alarms give consumers peace-of-mind by offering features to address location-specific safety needs. Homeowners now can feel confident that they have the right alarm for the right location."
Survey Finds Annoying Chirp Distracts From Safety; Families At Risk
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