Fire Alarms Eimeo
Specialising in Smoke AlarmInstallations
Every Alarm is tested and installed by Qualified Electricians
If you are looking for Fire Alarms in the local area including Eimeo than you have come to the right place.
Fire Alarms in Eimeo
Smoke Alarms Mackay is a locally owned company ensuring protection throughout the Mackay community. With fully qualified electricians and years of experience, we can ensure your investment property and tenants are safe and protected – hassle-free!
Don’t hold off on the compliancy of your home, ensure you deal with us – the professionals in smoke alarm installation & compliance. We make sure your property is 100% compliant when required.
- We are fully qualified electricians, not just technicians. Our tradespersons have background checks, maintain blue cards and are fully uniformed.
- We are locally owned.
- Only use quality brands, supplied from BROOKS AUSTRALIA and CLIPSAL.
Photoelectric 230-volt Smoke Alarm with 9-volt Alkaline battery back-up
Smoke Alarm Photoelectric, Surface Mount, 230V, Rechargeable Lithium Battery
Smoke alarm Photo, Surface, Lithium Batt
W/less base for 230V smoke alarm, MK2
Why was legislation upgraded in 2017?
After the 2011 Slacks Creek fatal house fire, Queensland State and Federal Government overhauled a bid to prevent a repeat of the tragedy. The current and new legislation means people will be alerted to house fires as early as possible, giving them a chance of survival.
Why do you we need to change to photoelectric smoke alarms?
Photoelectric smoke alarms detect visible particles of combustion. Research indicates that these type of smoke alarms are generally more effective across a wider range of fires in homes. They respond quicker to smoldering fires and are less likely to false alarms due to cooking fumes, like toasting bread.
Why do smoke alarms need to be interconnected?
When smoke alarms are interconnected, if one alarm detects smoke, all other interconnected alarms will also alert. This provides the earliest warning for sleeping occupants throughout the household that the fire is not near.
How can you tell if a smoke alarm isn’t photoelectric?
Smoke alarms with this symbol are not photoelectric and do not meet current legislation.
What is CO?
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a deadly gas – you can’t see, taste or smell it – its known as a ‘silent killer’.
How can I be prepared for a house fire?
Ensure the correct amount of smoke alarms are installed (as per legislation). Smoke alarms are tested and cleaned at least every 12 months. Ensure that your household has a fire escape plan and is practised regularly. Make sure everyone knows how to call 000. And always remember, GET DOWN LOW AND GO GO GO!
What to do when you escape a house fire?
If you have escaped a house fire; meet at agreed safe spot outside of the house, do not re-enter and call triple 000.
How do I know I have a safety switch?
Safety switches have a ‘T’ or ‘Test” button on the front face. If the devices in your switch board do not have a test function, they are probably circuit breakers not safety switches.
Can I install a safety switch?
No. Only a Queensland licenced electrical contractor can install a safety switch. Doing your own electrical work without a licence is dangerous and illegal.
How do i know if i need more than one safety switch?
If you are not sure, contact us on (07) 4998 5996 and we will be able to advise you which circuits are protected.
How often should I test my safety switch?
Safety switches can easily be tested and are recommended to be tested every 3 months. A good reminder of this is to test them when you receive your quarterly electricity account.
How-to test a safety switch
Simply push the button marked “T” or “Test” – if the safety switch flicks off and cuts the power to certain circuit, it is working correctly. If power doesn’t turn off contact us immediately to check it.
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Very happy with the service provided by Smoke Alarms Mackay. Efficient, professional and friendly. Will definitely use this business again. Highly recommend if you need new smoke alarms.
I recently had Smoke Alarms Mackay check out my house Smoke alarm and found that the previous Smoke Alarm Company had been doing the wrong thing by me and left my house not properly covered with Smoke alarms and had used old alarms! This new Company were friendly, professional and helpful with explaining how and where the alarms should be. Thank you #SmokeAlarmsMackay