Smoke Alarms Save Lives

Smoke Alarms

Save Lives


Of fire related deaths occur in homes without smoke alarms


Less risk of dying in a house Fire if you have a working smoke alarm system


Coverage of working smoke alarms will potentially save over 100 lives over 20 years

Our Service

30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Free Shipping Australia Wide

Support Service

DIY Install – No Electrician Required

Affordable Smoke Alarm System

Approved for Queensland

Ally Welch
Ally Welch
Saved alot of money compared to the electricians who provided quotes. Good quality product and easy to install myself
Warren McCann
Warren McCann
Great product. Easy install and set up. Highly recommend.
Russell Rackley
Russell Rackley
Very responsive to messages and prompt delivery. Easy to install product.
Mark Herbert
Mark Herbert
Quick delivery and great service!
Chris Osborn
Chris Osborn
Fantastic service and easy to deal with. Great products available that are so easy to install. Definitely recommend.
Amy Supaporn
Amy Supaporn
Decided to purchase these alarms when selling my house, Easy to install and heaps cheaper option than the quotes I had received.
Jorge Ortiz
Jorge Ortiz
Didn't take long to arrive. Easy to set up. Recommended highly.
Joseph Drysdale
Joseph Drysdale
Very easy to set up. Good product and speedy delivery.

Our Products

Australian Compliant – AS 3786:2014

Wireless Interconnected Smoke Alarms

10 Year Lithium Battery

Photoelectric sensor

Approved for Queensland use

No drill adhesive mounting kit

Screw mounting kit

Interconnectable with up to 30 alarms

Wireless Interconnected Smoke Alarm Packs

Free Remote Included

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If you require 240v smoke alarms CLICK HERE

How many smoke alarms are required in Queensland?

On each story:

A smoke alarm must be installed in each bedroom

In hallways that connect bedrooms

If there is no hallway between a bedroom and other parts of the house, a smoke alarm must be installed between the bedroom and other parts of the house

If there are no bedrooms on a story, at least one smoke alarm must be installed in the most likely path of travel to exit the dwelling

Not all Queensland properties can use wireless smoke alarms. How do you know if you can?

If your installation meets the following criteria, you will need 240v:

Any new construction mandates the installation of hard-wired smoke alarms, a regulation in place since 1997

For major renovations, hard-wired smoke alarms are required; consult with your draftsman for specifics.

If you’re replacing pre-existing 240v mains connected hard-wired smoke alarms, it must be replaced with a hard-wired smoke alarm

As a general guideline, and considering the above criteria are not met. If your property doesn’t currently have hard-wired smoke alarms installed, you can use wireless smoke alarms that are powered by a 10-year-life lithium battery.