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Fire & Smoke Signalers

We carry many different models of smoke alarms to alert deaf and hard of hearing, including those with flashing strobes, vibrating bed shakers, and talking alarms. Photoelectric smoke alarms are generally better at detecting smoldering fires, such as from a couch or bed, while ionization smoke alarms are generally better at fast flames, such as burning paper. Having both types of smoke alarms in a home can provide better coverage in the event of a fire.

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