Beasley Allen principal Labarron Boone discusses defective smoke alarms

In this episode of the “Beasley Allen Report,” Labarron Boone stops by to discuss one of the most disturbing trends right now – defective and inefficient smoke alarms. Boone specifically mentions ionization detectors, which do not even detect smoke, despite being marked as “smoke alarms.” Their deficiencies are not explained on the product’s packaging, putting hundreds of thousands of families at risk.


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