Most of us have ionization smoke alarms in our homes. In fact, 90% of the homes inspected have ionization smoke alarms. It can take over 30 minutes for ionization smoke alarms to go off.
According to many experts and industry research, PHOTO-ELECTRIC smoke alarms can detect smoke much sooner than ionization smoke alarms which means more lives saved. For best protection, use both types of smoke alarm technologies
Watch the video below that compares Ionization vs Photoelectric smoke alarms. What’s in your home?