Kitchen Smoke Detectors
Greetings all .. So as part of our kitchen remodel, the City is having us install hardwired smoke detectors through out the house. I've been looking around for recommendations ... and haven't seen any threads on this.
So it looks like FirstAlert and Kidde are the key players but they each offer multiple types of smoke detectors (ionization, photoelectric and dual) as well as CO detectors.
For the bedrooms we will put in dual (ionization/photoelectric) smoke detectors. In the hallway, we will us a CO/photoelectric alarm. But what is best for the kitchen? I've heard ionization alarms may be sensitive to cooking (i.e., false alarms). So what did you put in?
(Just to note, we are putting in a 850CFM hood, so I am hoping I won't be burning up so much food that the hood can't handle it.)