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  1. Hi, I have a lease on a flat which is in a converted house. In total there are 3 self contained flats, although 2 share a common entrance/communal area. The landlord (freeholder) wishes to install a hard wired smoke alarm and emergency lighting. Given that the conversion to flats was done prior to 1991, I do not believe there is a statutory requirement to install this extra equipment. The individual dwellings are each fitted with battery powered smoke alarms. Many thanks for your assistance, and hopefully, clarification!
  2. Morning Our smoke alarm started bleeping last night and kept the dog awake! When i checked this morning i could not change the battery. Its connected to mains and its a kidde firex. Anybody can help? Paul
  3. Hi Does anybody knwo how often a smoke alarm should be cleaned-out with pressurised air? see smoke alarm cleaner
  4. Hi We have a BS5839 grade D system installed which should be tested once a week. How can i get the tenant to do this test other than standing next to him? Has
  5. I have just surveyed a small office comprising of ground and 1st floor. There are 3 offices on the ground floor, a flight of stairs to 1st floor, and 2 offices upstairs. Could I install a type D fire alarm system to cover the dwelling, ie: a mains from an MCB in twin earth, then link the heads as required. I would cover each office with s/heads and fit 3 to the staircase as there is a dogleg half way up
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