FACT SHEET: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention
Protect Your Family and Yourself from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning!
Automobiles and Carbon Monoxide
Boating Safety and Carbon Monoxide
The Silent Killer Strikes
Family of four found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in Colorado
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A Mother's Plea to Congress:
Warn People About Carbon Monoxide
On Capitol Hill, Cheryl Burt Tells The Painful Story of the Loss of Her Children
Her story and video clip
When one alarm sounds they all do! Newer homes are required by code to have interconnected alarms. Wireless technology enables ANY home to have an interconnected system. An interconnected smoke alarm system provides the earliest warning to fire because when one alarm sounds, it triggers all others to sound.
Wireless Smoke Alarm - AC Powered
Many newer homes have interconnected smoke alarms, but may not have an alarm in every room as recommended by the National Fire Protection Association. Wireless AC powered Smoke Alarms make it easy to expand the coverage of a home's current interconnected system. By replacing just one current interconnected alarm with a Wireless AC Powered Smoke Alarm, a homeowner can quickly and easily install other Wireless products from the same manufacturer in rooms that need fire protection. Wireless AC powered Smoke Alarms bridge the home's current system to the newly installed wireless products so that when one alarm sounds, they all sound, providing more warning in more places, and giving a family more time to escape a fire.
If your smoke alarm was installed more than 10 years ago, it needs to be replaced. Find Out More at the U.S. Fire Administration's web site. »