Fire Safety: Can Your Bedroom Door Keep Flames And Smoke Out? | TODAY

8 thoughts on “Fire Safety: Can Your Bedroom Door Keep Flames And Smoke Out? | TODAY

  1. If the door is open then you get time to smell the smoke and escape. The closed door would work if the fire service can get to you under a few minutes

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  3. Also one IMPORTANT thing to consider is, that if you sleep with bedroom door closed, get *LINKED* smoke alarms. Those that is linked with a wireless signal or Cable, so if one goes off, so goes everyone. I had a false alarm on my smoke alarm that went off, that I slept through with the bedroom door closed. The only way I knew it had gone off is that the diode on that model blinks quicker after a alarm for a period, so when I woke up I saw the diode on the smoke alarm in the kitchen flashing super Quick telling me it has gone off previosuly. Was pretty scared that I slept through the smoke alarm even tough it was a false alarm, since it could have been a real alert. (it was harmless bit of a smoke that came from the outside through a vent that triggered it), and that smoke alarm was pretty near the bedroom as the kitchen and bedroom is adjacent in my apartment. The problem with smoke alarms is that they have a pretty high-pitched signal that have a hard time going through material, it should ideially be a combination of low pitch "durr-duh" signal and high pitch signal for maximum coverage, unless smoke alarms are linked. Now I have LINKED smoke alarm so every goes off if one goes. And one smoke alarm in each room.

  4. My question is who does immediately wake up upon smelling a smoke cloud so thick that it's just pure blackness

  5. They probably told the fire fighters to put out the flames so the bedroom with the closed door wont catch on fire.

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