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We have an open plan kitchen and lounge on the first floor of our home - but the ceiling is pitched (height approximately 5-6m).

Do we need to have both a smoke and heat alarm fitted in the top of the apex?  Or would a single heat alarm suffice?

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I cannot give definative advice without knowing the layout of the premisses I would need a detailed description or preferably a detail sketch. I am asumimg that your house is an upside down design, upstairs is living and the ground floor sleeping. The upstairs should be a heat detector and should be separated from the downstairs by 30 minutes. The downstairs should be smoke detectors. 

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On 08/06/2022 at 22:42, Tom Sutton said:

I cannot give definative advice without knowing the layout of the premisses I would need a detailed description or preferably a detail sketch. I am asumimg that your house is an upside down design, upstairs is living and the ground floor sleeping. The upstairs should be a heat detector and should be separated from the downstairs by 30 minutes. The downstairs should be smoke detectors. 

Thank you Tom - much appreciated.

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