When a smoke alarm beeps, it generally means the battery is low or is no longer connected to power.
To fix the beeping, try to replace the battery to the unit. Generally you should change the battery when you change your daylight saving clock.
If the alarm is wired in and beeping, the power is generally off. Check the battery and the power before testing again.
If you are a landlord, we can provide you with an annual smoke alarm compliance service.
Your safety is very important to us.
Should you believe for any reason the smoke alarm(s) installed are not working or the batteries are not functioning, please let us know immediately. Protect your safety by being vigilant and report to us any issues, to ensure your safety in the case of a fire.
For further advice, please visit our website neeshproperty.com.au