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Change Your Clock, Change Your Batteries

It’s almost Daylight Saving Time! While you may remember to set your clocks back, you may overlook another important household task. When it comes to safety in your home, your fire alarm may rank as the first on the list. The US Fire Administration suggests that you test your smoke detectors regularly to ensure your smoke detector will work properly to alert you with enough time to evacuate.