Other smoke alarm service providers advertise low annual fees and minimal fuss, but with all their fine print and hidden extras - we became skeptical. Taking a closer look at some of the real estate agencies we work with across Australia, we set out to see just how well our service offering stacks up against the others. How did we do?
We would recommend Smoke Alarms Australia to any real estate agency. They understand the requirements of the legislation and gives us 'peace of mind' by taking away the risk from our agency and landlords. They are trustworthy and reliable and understand the issues we deal with on a daily basis. The database that Smoke Alarms Australia maintains keeps a complete record of all our smoke alarm activities and they are happy to deal with our tenants direct. We don't have to worry about a thing.
LJ Hooker Wynnum
Senior Property Manager
Less than one-in-twenty Melbournians are properly maintaining their smoke alarms to protect against serious malfunction, according to new research.
Mitigating risk of injury or death in a house fire goes beyond just installing smoke alarms. A segment this morning on Breakfast with Adam Spencer on 702 ABC Sydney highlighted issues surrounding the different types of smoke alarms available for use in residential properties.
We don’t think you or your landlords should be concerned about whether or not an alarm is expired, faulty, damaged, or painted over. You shouldn’t have to worry about the difference between a faulty alarm or one damaged by a tenant – whether the alarm is battery operated or hardwired. That is our job - we are the smoke alarm experts.
So far this winter, we’ve seen more than 500 house fires and now 9 fatalities in NSW alone. It’s a frightening statistic, but one that will continue to rise say the experts, unless people start taking fire safety seriously.
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