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Do I need smoke detectors in every room and What types of smoke detector should I get?

Do I need smoke detectors in every room and What types of smoke detector should I get?
The new code is a smoke alarm is to be installed 1 per floor and in each bedroom.

10-year battery operated smoke alarms also called smoke detectors to offer a variety of benefits to homeowners who rely on continuous battery-powered smoke and fire detections in their homes. The alarms are powered by sealed, long-life lithium batteries for 10 years (the life of the alarm) meaning the alarm is always on. It is recommended to check your alarm every 6 months for accuracy and replace the alarm after the 10 year period.

Battery operated smoke alarms is a less expensive way to protect your home that are not pre-wired. The battery power continues to work during a power outage if the battery is replaced on a regular basis. These alarms can be easily installed and models include a test button, power indicator light, battery licking, and low battery warning indicators.

120V AC wire-in life safety products with interconnect capability provide the most efficient safety. When anyone interconnected alarm is triggered by smoke, all interconnected alarms within the home sound an immediate warning. Don’t have a hardwired interconnected system in your home? Now, you can enjoy the benefits of an interconnected system by installing wireless alarms. Newer homes are required by code to have interconnected alarms. Wireless technology enables ANY home to have an interconnected system without expensive wiring.
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