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04/07/2014

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Excellent article Lauren. Thank you for drawing peoples attention to this often overlooked and easy to fix safety issue. If anyone's curious as to the different types of smoke alarms that are available on the market, We have covered some of the types that are available, and what kind of smoke or heat they detect (as well as sensitivities and other factors), in this article: http://www.asecurelife.com/best-smoke-detector/

Cheers,
Alex

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