If you are a home owner or landlord in Scotland, please contact our technical team for a FREE, no cost, Smoke Alarms assessment survey to ensure that you comply with the new Scottish Government legislation by February 1st 2022.
Smoke Alarms MUST be installed in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways and landings.
Smoke Alarms MUST be installed in the room most frequently used for general daytime living purpose.
A Heat Alarm (Smoke Alarms NOT allowed) MUST be installed in every kitchen.
All Smoke Alarms and Heat Alarms MUST be interlinked ( if one sets off they must all set off).
A Carbon Monoxide Alarm not Smoke Alarms MUST be fitted everywhere there is a fuel burning appliance or a flue.
New Scottish Government legislation is specific on type and operation of smoke, heat, and carbon monoxide alarms. It is advisable to book a FREE Smoke Alarms Assessment Survey to make sure your system complies.
The Smoke Alarms Assessment Survey is free. The cost of a system is directly related to the size and shape of your individual home. Your free Smoke Alarms Assessment Survey will provide a price indicator of any work required to make sure your home complies with the new Scottish Government legislation.
Yes you can. It is, however, advisable to book a free Smoke Alarms Assessment Survey. Then you will know what you need to fit and the correct location of the units.
Please contact your insurance company to find out if they will continue to cover your home for fire risk after February 2022. The new rules are LEGISLATION and NOT recommendations. Every Scottish Home MUST comply.
When AHS install a Smoke Alarm system in your home they issue a Certificate of Compliance. This is signed and dated by your AHS professional installation engineer. This is proof for your insurance company that your home complies with the Scottish Smoke and Fire Alarm legislation. It will also form part of your home report should you wish to sell your home.
FREE Smoke Alarms Assessment Survey.