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Interlinked Smoke Alarms

Additional Wireless Interlinked Smoke And Heat Alarm

Every home in Scotland must have interlinked smoke and heat alarms by February 2022 due to the new Fire Safety and Smoke Alarm Regulations. Being interlinked means that if one alarm sounds, they all sound. It’s possible that, depending on where in the home you are, you won’t always hear the alarm that goes off closest to the fire. A networked system will quickly notify you.

The Heat and Smoke Devices are simple to install, or we can install these for you. Contact us to get a quote.

Carbon Monoxide Alarm / CO Alarm

All homes in Scottland with carbon-fueled appliances must have carbon monoxide alarms installed (e.g., boiler, log burner, open fire, or heater). It is unnecessary to link the carbon monoxide alarm to the fire alarms. Here, you can be sure to find the ideal Carbon Monoxide Alarm whether you need them for your home, company, or rental property.

Remote Control

Smoke alarms at home or offices can be controlled by remote control with a frequency of 100m o transmit and receive alerts about fire threats inside the house, giving you every extra life-saving second to evacuate. It has no fear of touching and is very easy to control.

Installation Service

In Scotland, people believe that installing smoke alarms is expensive and complex. This may be the case since it costs a lot for local electricians to put wiring in walls and ceilings, making it the most costly. You can get Interlinked Smoke Alarms at a reasonable cost. Our professional staff will visit your home to install Interlinked Smoke Alarms in Scottland.

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Interlinked Smoke Alarms

You should always feel safe at home; thus, as a homeowner, you must take all reasonable steps to ensure that everyone resides there with a continuous sense of security. It doesn’t matter if you live there or if you’re a landlord renting out the space to tenants—the same rules apply.

Smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and heat detectors are just a few things you should keep in mind regarding the property’s safety.

The Scottish Government has issued the new smoke and carbon monoxide alarm regulations. The standard applied to private rental property and new construction has now been expanded to all homes in Scotland, and the legislation went into force in February 2021.

You’ll understand why installing smoke alarms is essential, considering how many people perish in house fires yearly. Contact us to get a quote if you want Interlinked Smoke Alarms installed in your Glasgow homes.