(BPT) - We all do our best to create safe and healthy homes, but many people aren’t taking all the important precautions when it comes to fire safety. For Fire Prevention Month this October, First Alert is teaming up with firefighters to urge Americans to enhance their home’s safety by having working alarms in their home, making monthly alarm maintenance a regular habit and opting for reliable protection when replacing expired alarms.

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