dstankov, may have to look into the safety blankets. My thoughts on having extinguisher in the bedroom was to be able to "fight" our way toward the door and escape, but your idea may be worth a look.
ctpres, your knowledge and background is not to be ignored. I will have to be careful when selecting additional smoke detectors or possibly even heat sensors for the basement area. We sleep with either background noise on or the ceiling air blower on, so we probably would not be alerted in the middle of the night for a outside or basement fire.
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