Thank you First Alert for sponsoring this post. Know CO!
Ready to upgrade your home’s safety?
Planning a college move-in or need to outfit your home with a safety plan? When I learned that First Alert had carbon monoxide alarms, I was so excited to see how easy they were to use and install. Since we move often, it is a simple way to feel safe at home without the fuss of installation.
If you are ready to start the school year off right with safety in mind, let’s get started!
Back to School Home Checklist
Have a place for backpacks. Don’t worry about losing anything if you have hooks or cabinets to safely store backpacks. This is a MUST in our house!
Corral shoes! Don’t trip over shoes when you enter and exit your home. Have a shoe rack or another kind of organizer to keep everything together.
Keep counters neat and tidy. Don’t lose important school documents by creating a stack of clutter. Use a hanging file folder for important documents or a basket to keep things tidy.
Check fire alarms. Do you replace batteries and check alarms? You should! This is a great time of year to do so since it feels like a “fresh” start now that the kids are back in school.
Add a carbon monoxide alarm to your home. When I saw that the First Alert 10-year sealed battery carbon monoxide alarm can detect dangerous levels of CO, I was intrigued. I have always wanted to be prepared for the unexpected. You won’t need to worry about a battery replacement for TEN years, and you do not have to struggle with the installation.
This tabletop alarm can start protecting your from CO as soon as you turn it on. With a stylish design that blends into your home, it also shows the temperature too.
If you want to install it on a wall, you can do that too! The package includes everything you need to install it YOUR way in your home.
What is CO?
Carbon monoxide is known as a silent killer since it is an invisible and odorless deadly gas that can be produced by any fuel-burning device. The only way to know FOR SURE and to detect CO is by installing a CO alarm. Install a CO alarm on every level of your home and in every bedroom!
Are you feeling more prepared for this school year? I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders since I have one less thing to worry about now that First Alert is in my home.
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