Smoke Alarm Legislation

Upgrade your smoke alarms today. From 1 January 2022, landlords must install interconnected smoke alarms in residential rental properties as per the smoke alarm legislation from the government.

But this is not just for rental properties, have your home checked first. Let’s make sure your family is safe.

Photoelectric Interconnected Smoke Alarm legislation means that when one goes off, they all go off. And this is giving everyone extra time to escape.

All other dwellings must transition to full compliance by 2027. But don’t leave it to the last minute. You could save a life.

Video to Queensland Fire and Emergency Service information regarding the smoke alarm legislation changes

The new legislation does focus on rental properties. However, our focus is on the family home and making it as safe as can be.

What do I need to do?

Brocky’s Electrical has experience in residential smoke alarms. Before doing anything we’ll discuss with you what your needs are. And remember this is not about smoke alarm legislation, but about home safety.

First thing for you to do yourself is keep your smoke alarms clean. And then test the smoke alarms to make sure they are working correctly. If they are older than 10 years or fail the test, make an appointment today.

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