An interconnected smoke alarm system ensures everyone in the home is simultaneously alerted of a fire situation regardless of where they are in the home.
The State Government encourages all Queenslanders to update to photoelectric interconnected smoke alarm systems as soon as possible for the safety of all homes and residents.
Earlier this year the Queensland Government changed the law on smoke alarms in residential properties. Under the new law, smoke alarms in your home must be:
The new law comes into effect at different times for different circumstances as follows:
All smoke alarms being replaced after 1 January 2017 must be replaced with a photoelectric alarm.
Smoke alarms must be replaced within ten years of their manufacture date or if found to be faulty when tested.
The team of Brisbane master electricians at Levitt Electrical can upgrade, install, replace, service and test your smoke alarms. Contact us now on 3399 4499 or complete our Inquiry Form for all your smoke alarm requirements.