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IT is the LAW to

Upgrade your smoke alarms today

From 1 January 2022, landlords must install interconnected smoke alarms in residential rental properties.

When one goes off, they all go off, giving everyone extra time to escape.

All other dwellings must transition to full compliance by 2027.

Don’t leave it to the last minute. You could save a life.

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  • Residential Smoke Alarm Installations,

  • Residential Smoke Alarm Upgrades,

  • Residential Smoke Alarm Repair,

  • Residential Smoke Alarm Maintenance,

  • Residential Smoke Alarm Inspection and Testing,

  • Residential Smoke Alarm Supply, and

  • 24/7 Emergency Electrical Services.

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LANDLORDS

From 1 January 2017

Landlords are responsible for the installation of smoke alarms that comply with new Smoke Alarm legislation, introduced on 1 January, 2017.

Existing smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago, as well as any smoke alarms that do not operate when tested, must be replaced with photoelectric smoke alarms that comply with Australian Standard 3786–2014.

OWNER OCCUPIER

  • Existing smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago must be replaced with photoelectric smoke alarms which comply with Australian Standards (AS) 3786-2014. (Note: the date should be stamped on the back)

  • Smoke alarms that do not operate when tested must be replaced immediately.

REnters

  • Landlords are responsible for the installation of smoke alarms that comply with new Smoke Alarm legislation, introduced on 1 January, 2017.

  • Existing smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago, as well as any smoke alarms that do not operate when tested, must be replaced with photoelectric smoke 

New dwellings 

  • As part of a building approval process, requiring a Building Certifier, all new homes and renovations should have the required smoke alarms installed pursuant to the requirements of the National Construction Code (NCC) formally known as Building Code of Australia (BCA) and the Building Regulation 2006.

What are the standard requirements?

  • Smoke alarms in the dwelling must:

    • >be photoelectric (AS3786-2014); and

    • >not also contain an ionisation sensor; and

    • >be hardwired to the mains power supply with a secondary power source (i.e. battery); and

    • >be interconnected with every other smoke alarm in the dwelling so all activate together.

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The legislation requires smoke alarms must be installed in the following locations:

         >on each storey

         >in each bedroom

         >in hallways that connect bedrooms and the rest of the dwelling

         >if there is no hallway, between the bedroom and other parts of the storey; and

         >if there are no bedrooms on a storey, at least one smoke alarm must                               be installed in the most likely path of travel to exit the dwelling.

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