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.
If you happen to reside in an Australian state that has NOT passed mandatory interlinked smoke alarms in all bedrooms and hallways then you may want to continue reading - it could just save you and your family’s lives.
The previous building requirements required a minimum of 2 smoke alarms per property. With only two alarms in a dwelling an occupier would only be made aware of the threat of the fire once it had actually reached the alarm. The time it would take to reach the alarm could escalate the danger of the threat.
By installing Photoelectric Smoke Alarms in all bedrooms and living areas you are equipping your home with the highest safety standards in Australia. Photoelectric smoke alarms are interlinked by Radio Frequency meaning if the threat of a fire ignites in one area of the home the alarm detects it at fuming stage and signals all other installed alarms into alert mode.
The importance of installing photoelectric alarms in all bedrooms (even if unoccupied) cannot be understated. If an electrical fault were to arise then having alarms in all bedrooms ensures you are able to awake and deal with the threat instead of being overcome before it’s too late.