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Smoke Alarms
Smoke alarms can save lives by providing occupants with early warning about house fires. A smoke alarm can help you and your family leave your home quickly in case of a fire, especially if you are asleep.

The Building Code of Australia requires a 240 volt, mains powered smoke alarm for homes or residential rental properties built on or after the 1st of January 1995.

Where to install smoke alarms

Smoke alarms should be installed in a convenient location to give occupants reasonable warning when they are asleep. Depending on the size and layout of your home, it may be necessary to install more than one smoke alarm to provide sufficient warning.

Rental properties and landlord responsibilities

In a rental property, it is the responsibility of the building owner or landlord to install working smoke alarms.

Life electrical understand the legal requirements for smoke alarms so if you need smoke alarms installed or maintained or have any questions don’t hesitate to give us a call!