Installation, Maintenance, and Testing of Smoke Alarms in Southeast QLD
Smoke alarms save lives.
These devices are able to detect smoke well before a fire breaks out, giving the occupants critical seconds to escape, put out the fire, or ask for help.
Reports show that the risk of death during a house fire is cut down by more than 50% if properly maintained smoke alarms are installed.
But are you aware of the new smoke alarm legislation that commenced in Queensland from 1 January 2017?
Homeowners must ensure the safety of their family members by installing smoke alarms that adhere to State and Federal regulations.
Every landlord in Australia is responsible for making sure that any property being rented out to tenants meets all State and Federal smoke alarm legislation.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Real Estate Agents should ensure that all properties being sold or rented out are properly fitted with the required number of regulation-compliant smoke alarms.
EXISTING SMOKE ALARM REGULATIONS
Protecting You & Your Family
Because there are several legislation changes that will take effect on 1st January 2022, homeowners, landlords, real estate agents, and property managers have to be aware of the current laws that are being implemented now and how they are change in 2022.
WHY MAINTAIN AND TEST SMOKE ALARMS?
Your Safety is our Priority