Domestic Fire Alarms
Domestic fire alarms systems provide early warning in the event of smoke and fire. Systems are typically installed within the escape routes e.g. hall ways and landings, within the principle habitable room e.g. the living room and a heat alarm is normally fitted in the kitchen.
Other rooms can be included depending on risk.
Carbon monoxide alarms are normally fitted near gas or solid fuel burning appliances such as boilers and wood burners and within any rooms that their flues pass through.
Alarms can be mains or battery powered. It is recommended that they are mains powered with battery backup.
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