Smoke Alarms And Daylight Savings

By: Daniel Chanin Email
By: Daniel Chanin Email

Everyone knows Daylight Savings means an extra hour of sleep, but local firefighters are trying to promote the day as an important safety reminder.

Just about everyone has a smoke alarm in their house, but firefighters are concerned they're not properly maintained.

A lot of homeowners usually wait until their smoke alarms beep before changing the batteries.

Firefighters are doing their best to get people to remember to change those batteries twice a year. One way of doing that is by encouraging people to do it at the beginning and end of daylight savings.


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