Ensuring your houses are safe Gold Coast Wide
All of our Electricians in carrara carry a can of CRC spray with Every test to ensure that all owner’s and tenants are safe by testing the smoke alarms ensuring it will functions properly.
Most Smoke alarms model will require a qualified electrician to carry out all installations of your new photoelectric smoke alarm’s,
testing needs to be to carry out by a electrical contractor they should give you a Certificate after completion.
Electrician Carrara insure’s all Rental Homes are tested every 12 months with a certificate from us will Certify you for 12 months.
The regulations are changing each year so to ensure your home will be covered by fire’s book today for free estimate.
It is also mandatory after each old tenant has moved out of your rental home to be tested by a qualified electrician Book today for Electrician Carrara smoke alarm test.
CRC Aerosol Can spray is well recommended for Smoke Testing.for its convenient with tests the functional ability of a smoke detector.
Electrician Carrara has carried out testing all through carrara areas with great result showing that 5 year old smoke alarms are still operating perfectly today.
testing smoke alarms are also followed out with battery checks to ensure all operating smoke alarms have battery back up.
A short 3 second burst of CRC Smoke Test is all it takes. In addition, CRC Smoke checks for obstructions or debris which clog detector vents and prevent smoke from properly entering the sensing chamber.
- Simulates Smoke. Provides a true, functional test for smoke detectors.
- Aerosol Spray Extends User Reach up to 1 meter.
- No Harmful Residue. Smokeless aerosol assures that detectors will remain in proper working order after each test without build-up of carbon residue.
- Plastic Safe. Will not damage plastic housing or internal circuitry.
- Non-Staining. Will not discolour painted ceilings, walls or smoke detectors.
- No Class 1 or Class II Ozone Depleting Chemicals. Offers superior performance while complying with regulations on use of CFCs.