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Help ensure your home and family is prepared with smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and fire extinguishers.

The #1 Cause of Home Fires Is Unattended Cooking

Be prepared by having fire extinguishers nearby and knowing how to use it.

Help Protect Your Family With Alarms

CO is odorless and invisible, and the only way to detect carbon monoxide is by installing CO alarms.

Remember to Replace Your Alarms Every 10 Years.

Replace and upgrade to our 10-Year Sealed Battery alarms for a decade’s worth of protection with no battery replacements for the life of the alarm!

Early Fire and Smoke Detection

Safe & Sound Supports AirPlay 2

The Safe & Sound Smart Smoke + Carbon Monoxide Alarm now supports AirPlay 2!

Help Protect Yourself In The Kitchen

Unattended cooking is the #1 cause of home fires. Keep a home fire extinguisher in the kitchen and learn how to use it so you’re prepared in the event of an emergency.

Protect Your Home with Fire, Smoke & CO Alarms

Ensure your home is protected with First Alert fire and carbon monoxide safety products.

Onelink Safe & Sound

3-in-1 smart home solution integrating a premium speaker and Amazon Alexa in a smart smoke and CO alarm.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm With 10-Year Battery

Convenient tabletop alarm with no installation necessary.

Smoke & CO Alarm with Voice Alerts

This 2-in-1 alarm tells you the type of danger and its location with voice alerts.

Fire Safety Community

Learn more about fire and carbon monoxide safety, including legislation in your area. Additional safety information from the National Fire Protection Association.


Learn more about First Alert community events, legislation, and fire and carbon monoxide safety information. 

Safety Corner

Keep your home and family safe with fire and carbon monoxide safety tips and emergency escape route planning.


An interactive map that displays smoke and carbon monoxide legislation by state.

Where to Buy First Alert Products

First Alert products can be purchased at the retailers below.

March 3rd at 4:54pm
Join us for the First Alert Firefighter Challenge March 8th during the American Lung Association's #FightForAirClimb Follow the link to register your fire department!

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February 29th at 1:00pm
First Alert encourages you to gather your family and practice home safety by installing carbon monoxide alarms! Take time to learn more about CO safety #KnowCO

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February 26th at 7:00pm
Did you know carbon monoxide is known as the silent killer and the ONLY way to help protect yourself and your family is by installing CO alarms? Follow in Taylor Kinney's footsteps and install alarms on every level and in every bedroom of your home! #KnowCO

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February 24th at 9:50pm
We were proud to participate in the Public Fire Safety Education Conference with the Chicago Fire Department, fire departments across Illinois, and safety organizations to continue to help spread fire safety awareness!

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February 18th at 5:00pm
Domestically Blissful's first carbon monoxide safety tip on her blog is to test your CO alarms to ensure they are functioning properly! Alarms are the only way to detect CO in your home, which can be produced by any fuel burning device. #KnowCO

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February 14th at 5:00pm
MyExplorewithme takes her CO alarm on the go to help protect herself while traveling this winter. #Travelsafety #KnowCO

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February 11th at 4:57pm
Another great #TakeChargeOfSafety event with the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Fire Department to help raise awareness and educate the community about fire and carbon monoxide safety!

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February 3rd at 3:00pm
First Alert has partnered with Taylor Kinney to help raise carbon monoxide awareness! Learn how you and your family can practice CO safety, and the importance of installing CO alarms in your home. #KnowCO

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January 29th at 1:00am
First Alert has been protecting homes and families for over 60 years by providing reliable protection you can trust. Follow us for fire and carbon monoxide safety tips to help keep your loved ones safe.

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