PROTECT YOUR FAMILY & PROPERTY

  • Many lives have been lost in house fires. About half of deaths occur when people are sleeping. There is a new legislation in Qld which started in 2017.

  • New requirements recommend using photoelectric alarms to be hardwired into your properties electrical system.

  • Where do they need to go? Smoke alarms must be installed on each storey;     

        - in each bedroom; and

        - in hallways which connect bedrooms and the rest         of the dwelling; or

       - if there is no hallway, between bedrooms and other         parts of the storey; and

       - if there are no bedrooms on a story at least one               smoke alarm must be installed in the most likely               path of travel to exit the dwelling.

  • There is a 10-year phased roll out time to comply, depending on your dwelling and circumstances.

  • What do these terms mean?

        Photoelectric - Detects visible particles                                of combustion. They respond to a wide range of                  fires and are particularly responsive to                                smouldering fires and dense smoke given off by                furnishings or overheated PVC wiring which                        contribute to a large amount of house fires.

        Interconnected - if one smoke alarm sounds all the          other smoke alarms will also sound.

        Hardwired - Connected to the home's electrical                  system and has a battery back-up power. 

INSTALL A NEW SYSTEM OR

REPLACE YOUR OLD ONE. 

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