First things first, we want to stress that this is one of those instances in which the adage “sooner rather than later” applies. While there is a staged rollout in terms of legislative requirements for smoke alarm compliance, we are also well aware that the closer to the deadline we get, the less availability and time for adjustments there will be. Whether you are a landlord, an owner-occupier, a renter or looking at selling your property, there are a number of factors that determine whether or not you are compliant. At Pacific Smoke Alarms we want homes and families to be protected. That is why we have prepared a step-by-step guide to get you on track.
Step One: Do A Self Assessment On Your Smoke Alarm Compliance
We recommend that you take a look at our 22 point health check to ask yourself a few questions about the current state of your compliance with your smoke alarms or look at the resources offered by the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services.
Step Two: Familiarise Yourself With Current Legislation
Once you have taken the time to assess your situation, you may want to look over our resources for further enlightenment. The Queensland legislation and our smoke alarm fact sheet should help you in this regard.
Step Three: Take A Look At Our Comprehensive Packages And Pricing Options
If you are not compliant then you need to contact an experienced smoke alarm company. At Pacific Smoke Alarms we offer a number of options in terms of level of service and affordability to ensure that you get the service you need.Take a look at our packages and pricing for more details.
Step Four: Enjoy The Peace Of Mind Our Services Offer
We use a uniquely developed E-reporting system that alerts you to completed services, detailed reports and upcoming service requirements, which will give you peace of mind.
Step Four: Get In Touch And Don’t Delay
You can get in touch with us at any stage of your preparation! We will gladly guide you through all of the above and schedule the appropriate appointments for your requirements. If you have any questions check out our FAQ section or contact the team at Pacific Smoke Alarms by calling us directly on 1300 355 483 or email us at [email protected].
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