Smoke alarms for peo­ple who are deaf or hard of hear­ing

The Drumheller Mail - - CLASSIFIEDS -

How­ever, peo­ple who are deaf or hard of hear­ing may not be able to de­pend on the tra­di­tional smoke alarm to alert them to a fire. fire con­di­tions so they can es­cape. Th­ese ac­ces­sories pro­duce a loud, mixed low pitch sound. They are ac­ti­vated by the sound of the smoke alarm and are usu­ally in­stalled next to the bed.

BRK/ First Alert, Gen­tex and Kidde are brands of this type of smoke alarm.

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