Smoke Detector Installation In Brisbane
Smoke detector legislation:
- 1st January 2017 for new houses or renovated houses
- 1st January 2022 for rental houses or houses sold
- 1st January 2027 for everyone else
If you are not sure about what your obligations are you can either call your electrical contractor, talk to your builder or contact Qld fire. Qld fire and Emergency service offer a free service in which they will come out and inspect your property and give you advice on the exact location of the required smoke alarms. So if you live in Brisbane and you need to update your alarms get in contact with us and we can help get your installation up to date. For more information click here.
Smoke alarms have a life span of 10 years so when you break it down into a yearly cost a basic smoke alarm installation may only cost 20cents a day. A small price to pay for peace of mind that you and your family will be woken up in time to get out in the case of a fire.