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If you are a bed and breakfast has your local fire authority/officer informed you about which level of detection you have to have? Normally, they will ask you to conform to a certain Grade of the British Standard BS5839 pt6.

Grade F - Battery operated smoke alarms.

Grade D - Mains powered smoke alarms with battery backup and interlink. This option includes radio-interlinked mains powered smoke alarms

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Hi there how much is a 5 bedroom B&b smoke alarm system cost roughly, I also live in the property 

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Yes, you need a category & grade based on the layout, use and size of the premises. There is a big difference between a load of radio linked Grade D2 smoke & heat alarms and a full Grade A fire alarm system - either of which could apply in your case!

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