First Alert Holiday Guide: The Gift of Peace of Mind

The First Alert Store is a leading online retailer for fire and safety products that include: smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and combination alarms. There's a lot to celebrate during the holiday season. The First Alert Store encourages families to celebrate responsibly by recognizing the many underlying threats facing homeowners. Holiday cheer usually brings about holiday decorations. Interior lights, lit up trees and an increased reliance on furnaces to keep families warm are all contributing factors in creating smoke, fires and CO. First Alert Smoke Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Fire Extinguishers and a host of other safety products can remove concerns while allowing families to enjoy the holidays the way they were intended.

Celebrate the Holidays Responsibly with First Alert Security and Safety Products

First Alert Smoke Alarms implement intuitive and reliable sensors to quickly detect the earliest sign of danger. A functioning First Alert Ionization Smoke Detector, Photoelectric Smoke Detector and Dual Sensing Smoke Detector can all play an integral role in protecting families this holiday season and beyond. First Alert Carbon Monoxide Alarms use electrochemical sensors (the most accurate sensors available) to detect the subtle and often lethal presence of CO. First Alert Fire Extinguishers and Escape Ladders service as an extremely reliable and flexible backup when faced with the immediate presence of the aforementioned dangers. The First Alert Store also includes a variety of First Alert Anti-Theft Safes that further the motif of securing the maximum in peace of mind. A large selection of these security safes and security chests include resistances to fire and water damage. The First Alert Store features all of these safety enhancers and a host of others that will keep families safe and secure for the holiday season. Here's a small selection of First Alert Safety Products that can make it on everyone's list this year:

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