How Many Smoke Alarms Does a Queensland Home Need?

How Many Smoke Alarms Does a Queensland Home Need?

The number of smoke alarms required in your rental property will depend on a variety of factors like, number of rooms, locations, storeys or hallways.  Trying to manage the process of working this out and quoting can be quite overwhelming for both your Agency and your Landlord. With Queensland's new regulations being phased in, and set to affect all rental properties by 1 January 2022, a number of factors will influence the number of smoke alarms required.

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SMOKE ALARMS: AN INSIGHT TO WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

SMOKE ALARMS: AN INSIGHT TO WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Smoke Alarms Australia has been working with Real Estate Agents across the country for over 14 years, helping to get Landlords compliant to relevant state smoke alarm legislation. Smoke alarms provide early warning and give the best opportunity to save lives, reducing the risk to the property and protecting investments. Making a property compliant should not be taken lightly.

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Why are Hard-wired smoke alarms better?

Why are Hard-wired smoke alarms better?

Smoke alarms have an important function in keeping tenants within a property safe from smoke and fire danger. A smoke alarm functioning to its best ability gives tenants less to worry about when it comes to increasing the odds of sufficient warning in the event of a fire or smoke insulation. With the many alarm types on the market, it can be difficult to isolate which smoke alarm provides the best possible safety.

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