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A recent survey reveals that one in three California homes needs its smoke alarms replaced – leaving millions of Californians at serious risk to be injured or perish in a residential fire. We have lived in our condo now for a year and a half ad all our smoke alarms are either broken or run on a 9-volt.
We were happy to receive a Kidde Worry-Free Bedroom alarm. What I really like is that Kidde has designed alarms for the right place in your home. They have already taken the hassle out of what alarm you need for what location. Each of the four smoke alarms includes features designed to address location-specific safety needs, such as an LED light in the hallway.
Since their introduction in the 1970s, the majority of smoke alarms have relied on 9-volt or AA batteries for power. Recently, “long-life” smoke alarms which provide continuous protection for a decade have come onto the market, and national fire experts like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommend their use.
Are you aware that these long-life alarms are now the only type of battery-powered alarms available at stores in California? As of July 1, smoke and combination smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms powered by replaceable batteries are no longer available for sale. To help keep families safe, this new law requires that all battery-powered alarms approved for sale by the state fire marshal must be powered by a sealed, 10-year battery.
Kidde Worry-Free smoke and combination alarms comply with the new law requirements and are available throughout California.
ONE winner will receive a Kidde Worry-Free smoke alarm
(winner must live in California)
Note: This giveaway is open to US shipping addresses only.