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  • The Importance of Correct Smoke Alarm Placement

    The legislation changes as of January 1st, 2017 require residential rental properties in Queensland to have a photoelectric smoke alarm in every bedroom, in hallways that connect bedrooms and at least one on every storey of a multi level house, in the most likely route to exit.
  • Landlords Risk Price Gouging, Unpaid Rent and Fines.

    More than 560,000 rental properties in Queensland are affected by new smoke alarm laws, which could see landlords paying up to $2000 for new smoke ...
  • Be Well Alarmed! Install interconnected alarms in all living areas for your family’s safety.

    There is no such thing as being ‘too safe’. Which is why you shouldn’t be complacent when it comes to ensuring your smoke alarms be upgraded to the highest standard.