No family should live in a home that does not have smoke detector to alert you to a possible fire.
The current NSW legislation requires every household, or all levels within your home, to have at a minimum of at least one (1) hardwired smoke alarm mounted, operational, functional and regularly tested.
Although we all know the importance of smoke detectors, the uncomfortable truth is that most smoke detectors are not regularly tested or even sit with dead batteries for weeks or even months - rendering them completely useless, and families at unnecessary risk.
To safeguard your home from the possibility of an unidentified fire, contact us today to book one of our specialist electricians to visit your home to install or replace your smoke detector(s).
To avoid smoke detector false alarms or faults in your house, ensure you have them installed in the correct location. We recommend all smoke detectors have a lithium battery installed as the backup battery as they have a life of over six (6) years. They should be tested every six (6) months to ensure they are working safely.