Smoke Alarm Testing
Smoke alarm testing regulations require that owners of residential properties, hotels, residential institutions, motels, boarding houses, hostels, accomodation houses and the like are responsible for ensuring smoke alarms are installed and tested on a regular basis.
service, clean, replace battery, test and certify smoke alarms in residential properties.
All smoke alarms, including hard wired 240v, have a life span of 10 years and must be replaced on expiry.
replace smoke alarms, including hard wired, on expiry after 10 years as required by the regulations.
In accordance with NSW Fire Brigade’s recommendations, we supply and install photoelectric type smoke alarms which provide a faster warning than ionisation alarms in most circumstances.
Hard wired 240v smoke alarms are required to be installed to any dwelling built or significantly renovated after 1997. In all other situations, 9v or 10 year lithium battery smoke alarms are acceptable.