In our house we have ionization smoke alarms, which is too sensitive and goes on whenever I cook in kitchen. This happens even if there is no smoke.
On a blog I read that photoelectric smoke alarms are the best choice to use. Is this correct? We have to total 6 units in house, so if we need to replace it do we have to replace all of them?
By aanal from CA
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