Legislation change, what does this mean for Home Owners?
- All houses leased or sold will need to comply with the new standards from 1 January 2022.
- Property sellers must continue to lodge a Form 24 with the Queensland Land Registry Office stating the requirements of the smoke alarm legislation have been met.
- All owner-occupied private dwellings will need to comply with the new standards by 1 January 2027.
- From 1 January 2017, all houses being built or significantly renovated will need to comply with the new Smoke Alarm legislation upon completion.
What does SATS offer?
SATS have put together the best value option for QLD Vendors to ensure that they can quickly, easily, and economically upgrade the Smoke Alarms in the property to ensure that they comply with new legislation and that the transfer of property ownership can take place.
SATS exceptional buying power in QLD means that we can supply and install quality alarms cost effectively.
How much will it cost to upgrade my property?
|Number of bedrooms||Total estimated cost*|
|2-bedroom single storey||$399|
|3-bedroom single storey||$499|
|3-bedroom double storey||$599|
|4-bedroom single storey||$599|
|4-bedroom double storey||$699|
|5-bedroom single storey||$699|
|5-bedroom double storey||$799|
*If there are additional locations in the property where alarms must be installed to meet legislation, SATS will install and invoice for alarms installed in these areas and are an additional costing to the guide above. Alarms used will be either 3vLi or 240v depending on the individual circumstance. If the property is already compliant with current legislation a $139 service fee will be charged.
Please note – Payment is required prior to installation, we will contact you when our technician is on site