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Smoke Detectors

 

Smoke alarms reduce the risk of death in a house fire by more than half, but to be effective the alarm must be working, correctly installed and maintained. 

 

Queensland smoke alarm legislation has recently changed, requiring all substantially renovated residences and new properties approved after January 1st, 2017 to be fitted with interconnected, photoelectric smoke alarm systems.

 

Why interconnected? When one interconnected smoke alarm is activated, all interconnected smoke alarms are activated. This early warning increases the time occupants have to escape. The connecting of smoke alarms can be done wirelessly (e.g. via RF module) or hardwired.

 

Our services include:

  • Installation
  • Testing
  • Maintenance
  • Wireless and hardwired smoke alarms
  • Interconnected upgrades