Property Management: Key Strategies to Keep Clients Happy

A property manager’s success in real estate doesn’t happen overnight. It requires time, experience and a strong network to stay ahead in today’s market competition. Trusted and successful property managers take a more proactive approach to ensure client satisfaction from the beginning of the partnership. Here are key strategies to keep your clients happy and [...]

By |March 1st, 2018|Smoke Alarm Legislation, Tenants|0 Comments

New Qld Legislation Compliance: The Solution to Your Worries

The clock continues to tick toward the 2022 deadline and as the COVID threat becomes more clearly defined, owners will be in even more need of a clear strategy. If you’re worried about maintaining smoke alarms and ensuring compliance with the new QLD Legislation, a trusted smoke alarm provider can offer the help you need. [...]

By |September 27th, 2017|Smoke Alarm Legislation|2 Comments

The Best Queensland Smoke Alarms

The best Queensland smoke alarms will give residents a stronger chance of surviving a house fire. Following the newly amended smoke alarm legislation, property managers and homeowners must be cautious when choosing smoke alarms for their property. Under the new rules, all new smoke alarms that go into the property starting January 1, 2017, must [...]

Queensland Smoke Alarm Legislation: Dos and Don’ts

The new Queensland Smoke Alarm Legislation stamps the state’s resolve to ensure the safety and protection of all residents and properties. It imposes strict requirements that property owners must comply with and introduces significant changes for gradual implementation within ten years. There are a lot of sites on the internet about the new legislation. This [...]

By |July 20th, 2017|Smoke Alarm Legislation|1 Comment

The Perfect Way to Welcome New Tenants

The arduous search for new tenants is over! You’ve finally found the one – the perfect tenant for the property you’re managing. For you, this is a time to celebrate the much-awaited clinch to the long hours of tenant screening. For your tenants, on the other hand, it might be a different story. An impending [...]

By |July 18th, 2017|Tenants|0 Comments

Smoke Detector Placement Under the New Legislation

One of the most groundbreaking changes in the new QLD Smoke Alarm legislation is the provision on smoke detector placement. Under the new rules, almost every room in the home must be installed with smoke alarms. These tougher laws are expected to further promote home fire safety throughout Queensland.   Smoke detector placement according to [...]

By |June 28th, 2017|Smoke Alarm Legislation|0 Comments

Ionisation Smoke Alarm: Why It Doesn’t Comply with the New Legislation?

The installation of ionisation smoke alarm used to be allowed in Queensland. But with the new smoke alarm laws in place, the technology requirements have changed. From January 1, 2017, moving forward, all new smoke alarms that will go into every property must only be photoelectric alarms that comply with Australian Standards 3786:2014. The legislation [...]

New Queensland Smoke Alarm Legislation: Improving Fire Safety

January 1, 2017, marked the beginning of tougher Queensland Smoke Alarm regulations in a move to raise fire safety in the entire state. The new Queensland Smoke Alarm Legislation means changes in the placement of smoke alarms, type of smoke alarm technology, and Queensland Smoke Alarm requirements for properties depending on their use. The safety [...]

Why Use Photoelectric Smoke Detectors?

The installation of photoelectric smoke detectors is one of the major changes in the new Smoke Alarm legislation in Queensland. Under the new laws, smoke detectors in every property must comply with Australian Standard 3786-2014 and should be installed within the required time frame depending on the type and use of the property. Through this [...]

By |June 7th, 2017|Smoke Alarm Legislation|2 Comments

Are Your Smoke Alarms Compliant with AS 3786-2014?

Changes in the smoke alarm legislation are taking fire safety in Queensland to the next level. The new rules cover the timeframe of implementation depending on the type and use of property, placement of fire detectors, and the technology standards to follow. With these amendments, the state now has the toughest laws in Australia when [...]