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Onelink Wi-Fi Photoelectric Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Protect Your Home From Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide (CO) incidents increase during the winter months.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Systems For Home

Protecting Homes & Families Since 1958

First Alert leads through innovation, and has built a legacy of trust, delivering unparalleled reliability.

First Alert Fire Safety Products

Less Worry, More Time For What Really Matters

10 year sealed battery alarms provide protection for a whole decade and eliminate the need for battery replacements!

Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms & Detectors - 10-Year Battery Backup

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.

Micro Smoke Alarm

Eco-friendly, easy to install and no battery chirps or replacements for the life of the alarm.

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.

Fire Safety Lessons

Learn more about critical fire safety lessons from NBC's popular show "This Is Us."

Safety Corner

Learn how to 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 16th at 3:36pm
Great advice from Consumer Reports about the importance of checking and testing your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. The article also mentions the First Alert SCO501CN Combination Smoke and CO Alarm as its top-ranking interconnected model.

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March 15th at 4:52pm
Learn important fire safety tips with Benny the Bull and the Chicago Fire Department! Remember to place alarms in every bedroom, outside every sleeping area, and on every floor of the home; test them regularly; replace them at least every 10 years; and plan and practice an escape plan.

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March 9th at 5:12pm
Don’t forget this weekend is Daylight Saving Time! As we spring forward the clocks, it’s also a great time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and always remember to replace them if they're over 10-years old.

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February 23rd at 8:16pm
Real talk from real firefighters. Learn more about a day in the life of a firefighter as they share their stories, and give recommendations on how you can protect your family from the dangers of fire and carbon monoxide. For the full video, Click Here:

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February 21st at 9:51pm
Time to replace your smoke detectors? Digital Trends researched and reviewed the best smoke detectors of 2018, featuring the First Alert 3120B Hardwired Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm and Atom Micro Smoke Alarm.

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February 16th at 5:50pm
First Alert is proud to team up with The Chicago Bulls and The Chicago Fire Department for another Take Charge of Safety Event! We had the opportunity to teach students about the importance of Fire and Carbon Monoxide safety in their homes. Thank you to everyone who volunteered!

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February 12th at 7:31pm
Learn more about critical fire safety lessons from NBC's popular show #ThisIsUs.

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February 8th at 8:44pm
Great advice from Good Housekeeping. Check and replace your batteries. Practice a family evacuation plan. Be careful exiting the home. And never go back into a fire.

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February 8th at 8:38pm
Milo Ventimiglia: "A good reminder… check the batteries in your smoke detectors.” We couldn’t agree more. And if your alarm is over 10 years old, it’s time to replace.

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