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Smoke Alarm Replacement Flyer
We provide you with a downloadable PDF that can be used to educate you, your family and friends.

Did you know that:

  • 1 in 4 U.S. homeowners need to update their fire safety equipment
  • Nearly two-thirds of residential fire deaths occur in homes without smoke alarms or with non-working alarms
  • The average U.S. single family home should have at least Five alarms.

More valuable information is available in this downloadable flyer. Get yours today!

Download: Smoke Alarm Replacement Flyer

Smoke Alarm Fact Sheet
What you should know about Smoke Alarms: Smoke Alarms Save Lives

The most important things you need to know are smoke alarms save lives and they should be in every home. Follow these important smoke alarm safety measures:

  • Make sure your smoke alarms are working.
  • It is important to have not just one smoke alarm but smoke alarms in every location required by NFPA standards.
  • Interconnect your smoke alarms so that a fire detected by any smoke alarm will sound an alarm at every location where a smoke alarm is installed.
  • Develop and practice an escape plan so that everyone in the home knows what to do if the smoke alarm sounds.

Learn even more Smoke Alarm Facts with this useful download. Get yours today!

Download: Smoke Alarm Fact Sheet

Smoke Alarm FAQ's
Chances are you have a question or two about smoke alarms.  We’ve compiled a list of some of the more popular questions and their corresponding answers in our informative FAQ’s.

Maybe you are confused on the differences between a Photoelectric Smoke Alarm and an Ionization Smoke Alarm?  Or want to know what the best alarm is for you and your family?  We have you covered!

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Smart Choices for Smoke Alarm Placement
Home is where most people feel the safest – but it’s also where you are most likely to experience a fatal fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 85 percent of all fire fatalities – close to 2,650 people annually – occur in a home.

Find out where smart alarm placement should happen in the home as well as critical alarm installation tips.

Check Out: Smart Choices for Smoke Alarm Placement

Kidde Fire Safety Store
The Kidde Fire Safety Store is a one-stop shop for all your home fire safety needs. They provide access to the latest smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, carbon monoxide alarms and much more. Visit the Kidde Fire Safety Store today, and be a HERO!


Ionization and Photoelectric Smoke Alarms
It’s important to know the difference between Ionization and Photoelectric smoke alarms and why it’s important to have both of these types of alarms installed to protect you and your family.

This downloadable brochure will walk you through the important differences and help guide you in making the right decisions for your upcoming smoke alarm purchase.

Download: Ionization and Photoelectric Smoke Alarms Brochure

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