In conjunction with the "Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery" fire safety program sponsored by the International Association of Fire Chiefs and the American Burn Association, we agree the annual change from daylight saving time to standard time is a good reminder to make sure your smoke alarm is working as it should.
If you have a smoke alarm, make sure it’s in working order. Changing the battery at least once every year and cleaning dust from the device are easy ways to ensure continued protection of your family and your property. Having a working smoke alarm doubles the chances you will survive a fire in your home.
Daylight saving time ends Sunday, Nov. 4 at 2 a.m., when clocks are set back one hour.