Services Request Form

Services Request Form

WHAT WE DO

  • We survey the property to ensure that all smoke alarms are compliant
  • We clean, test and maintain the smoke alarms as per manufacturers specifications
  • Batteries are tested and replaced where required
  • We keep comprehensive property records and verify the alarms meet Australian Standards
  • A Statement of Compliance is issued within 60 minutes of completion

WHY CHOOSE SATS?

  • No up front payments
  • 10 year warranty on quality Smoke Alarms
  • Fully identifiable specialised technicians
  • Minimal disruption to your tenants
  • Smoke alarm compliance specialists
  • Fully tax deductible

SMOKE ALARMS – $99 p/a

  • Check, test and servicing of smoke alarms
  • Unlimited visits to the property
  • $25.00 – 9V Photo-Electric supply and install of highest quality smoke alarms
  • $50.00 – 240V Photo-Electric supply and install of highest quality smoke alarms (replacement of existing only)
  • $75.00 – 9V Li Photo-Electric supply and install of highest quality smoke alarms
  • Issue a Statement of Compliance

SMOKE ALARMS & MECHANICAL SAFETY SWITCH TEST – $124 p/a

  • Check, test and servicing of smoke alarms and mechanical test of safety switches (where present)
  • Unlimited visits to the property
  • $25.00 – 9V Photo-Electric supply and install of European alarms
  • $50.00 – 240V Photo-Electric supply and install of European alarms (replacement of existing only)
  • Issue a Statement of Compliance

Can landlords undertake their own inspections and servicing of smoke alarms in their owned rental properties?

In some states they can, however they are not a specialist Smoke Alarm service provider. The complexities of positioning alarms to ensure the property complies with the Building Code of Australia and having the knowledge to ensure the smoke alarms are fully functional can be difficult for the average landlord. For instance, can the landlord check that the power supply is actually connected to the 240v alarm? Can the landlord check the decibel output of the alarm and that it is in the required range? Can the landlord check the manufacture and/or expiry date of the alarm?

There could be significant outcomes for the landlord if a fire should occur and the property is not compliant or the alarms have not been serviced in accordance with the legislation. Additionally, the landlords insurance on the property may be void if a failure to comply with all legislation is proven. It is far better risk management for a landlord to employ a specialist to ensure compliance and to protect their valuable asset and the lives of the occupants.

To request a service please complete the form below

State

Service Package

I authorise SATS to perform the above services