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We service from Northern Gold Coast right Down to Tweed. We’re fully qualified and insured. When you work with us it’s decades of knowledge and experience you receive when dealing with us.
Outlets & Switches
Safety is our number one priority at Black Crown Electrical. If you feel like your switches are outdated and unsafe when can come and complete a 5 point safety check of all your switches in the home.
- Fire & Emergency Services
- Real Estate Services
- Switch Board
- Bathroom renovations
- Electrical switches
- Electrical wiring repairs
- Energy-saving devices
- Exhaust fan
- Fixing power outages
- Home Security
- Preventative maintenance programs
- Bathroom heating and exhaust fans
- Install garbage disposal units
- Interior lights
- Kitchen renovations
- Maintenance programs
- Pool light
- Cooktop installation
- Downlights and dimmers
- Electrical outlets
- Ceiling Fans and Ceiling Fan installation and wiring
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How many smoke alarms should you have?
In SINGLE-LEVEL homes smoke alarms must be installed on or near the ceiling:
in all hallways leading to bedrooms, or
where there is no hallway, in an area near the bedrooms.
In MULTI-LEVEL homes smoke alarms must be installed:
on each level containing bedrooms (see instructions for a single level home), and
on every other level not containing bedrooms, even if they consist only of bathrooms, laundries, carparking etc. The favoured location for the smoke alarm is in the path of travel people will most likely take to evacuate the building, such as on a wall or ceiling in the stairway.
How do I test my smoke alarms?
To test your smoke alarms: Check that the light on the cover flashes. It should flash at least once every 60 seconds. Press and hold the ‘test‘ button on the face of the smoke alarm until the alarm sounds, and then release it.
When should I test my smoke alarms?
Your smoke detectors should be tested at least once a month and batteries should be replaced at least once or twice a year.
What circuits are protected by safety switch?
A safety switch only protects you if it’s on that circuit. You should consider having safety switches installed on all circuits in your home, including power points, lights, air conditioning, oven, hot water and pool equipment circuits, even if they are on a separate tariff.
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