Maintaining a smoke alarm is more than just changing the battery and testing the alarm by pressing the ‘battery test’ button. You need to know that it will actually work in a fire.
18 people die each year because the battery in their smoke alarm is flat or missing.
Given there is a house fire approximately every 26 minutes, with most of them occurring at night whilst we sleep and have no sense of smell, it’s simply not worth the risk of ignoring fire safety.
Smoke Alarms Services offers an all-inclusive package for residential properties. Our qualified technicians will perform a full service on your smoke detector as part of our annual subscription, including:
Ensuring the correct quantity and quality of smoke alarms are installed.
Ensuring correct positioning of smoke alarms.
Replace smoke alarms and batteries as needed, at no extra cost. (smoke alarms only not heat alarms or carbon monoxide alarms a maximum of two alarms)
Repositioning existing alarms as needed.
Ensuring ventilation holes are clear of obstructions such as insects and their debris.
Checking the expiry date of every alarm.
Full function test on every alarm including testing the alarm with artificial smoke.
Issuing certificate of compliance for the property.
Unlimited visits per year.
All you’ll pay is £60
Our all inclusive fee is fixed so you can rest assured there are no hidden extra charges and absolutely no more to pay. Our annual fee includes all replacement alarms (even hard-wired!).
Plus, if you own more than one property, ask us about our multiple property discount.
Start managing your duty of care today by clicking on the link below to get started.
Property Management Service
Did you know, that if tenants are not woken by a correctly functioning smoke alarm, there is a 57% higher likelihood of property loss and damage? Worse still, research indicates that a third to a half of house fire deaths could have been avoided by having a working smoke alarm and practised escape plan…
Don’t put your tenants and your landlord’s asset at risk. Manage your duty-of-care and your obligation , with Smoke Alarm Services.
Did you also know that if you do not comply with the relevant smoke alarm legislation and regulations, your insurance company may have the right to deny you cover in the event of a fire which results in injury or death of the occupants of a residence?
The bottom line is that maintaining a smoke alarm is much more than just replacing a battery and for as little as a few pence per day it’s simply not worth the risk of putting this important duty in the hands of anyone but the experts.