Smoke Alarms

Smoke Alarms


Smoke alarms can help save lives by providing occupants with early warning about house fires. A smoke alarm can help you and your family leave your home quickly in case of a fire, especially if you are asleep.

All South Australian homes must be fitted with a working smoke alarm. Homeowners and residential landlords are responsible for ensuring a working smoke alarm is installed in the property.

Fines may apply if alarms are not installed. The type of smoke alarm you require depends on when you purchased your home or the age of your home.

In a rental property, it is the responsibility of the building owner or landlord to install and maintain working smoke alarms.
 
Our agents are not licenced or qualified to test Smoke Alarm devices. We recommend SATS - Smoke Alarm Testing Services.

Please download the application form by clicking here, then forward the completed form to us with your required services and we will arrange for them to attend your property to ensure compliance.