Fire Alarms for Real Estate Agents - Brisbane

Real Estate Agents

Ensure Queensland Fire Safety Compliance As A Unique Selling Proposition.

KNOW YOUR OBLIGATION TO FIRE SAFETY

Leave the intricacies of fire safety compliance to the team with 50 years experience in the electrical services industry. Ensure that your landlords have a compliant household with smoke alarms fitted to meet Queensland fire safety legislation.

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FIRE SAFETY COMPLIANCE IS MANDATORY

Your clients can feel at ease knowing that their investment property is compliant with the Queensland fire safety legislation. Ensure their investment is up to date with the latest fire safety standards will enable them to sell or rent their property as well as comply with their property’s insurance policy obligations.

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Smoke Alarms for Homes Brisbane

OFFER PEACE OF MIND IN YOUR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Gain the trust of both your tenants and property owners with the ability to offer affordable smoke alarm and safety switch services conducted by a Master Electrician. Queensland Smoke Alarms can offer retrofitted fire safety compliance and annual maintenance to relieve tenants and property owners of the hassle and risk of injury. Also, tenants will feel safer knowing that the house they live in will always remain compliant with Queensland regulations.

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From 1st January 2027:

For existing properties –

Smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago must be replaced with photoelectric smoke alarms that comply with the Australian Standards (AS) 3786-2014.

Smoke alarms that do not operate when tested must be replaced immediately with a photoelectric type smoke alarm.

Existing hardwired smoke alarms that need replacement, must be replaced with a hardwired photoelectric smoke alarm.

For more information on existing properties visit:

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services

Interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms are required in all new dwellings and substantially renovated dwellings (this applies to all building applications submitted from 1st January 2017).

For more information for newly built and substantially renovated properties visit:

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services – New Properties

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From 1st January 2022:

Interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms are required in all domestic dwellings leased and sold.

For more information visit

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services – Sold or Leased

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From 1st January 2027:

Interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms are required in all other domestic dwellings.

 

For more Information:

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services – Existing Properties