Smoke alarms provide an early warning of danger, allowing you and your family extra time to escape your home quickly in the event of a fire. You’re twice as likely to die in a fire if you don’t have a smoke alarm that works. Each level of your home should have at least one operating smoke alarm.
If you are hard of hearing or deaf you may not be able to hear a standard smoke alarm when it operates and so you may need specialist alarms and equipment fitted. We have dedicated technicians who visit people who are hard or hearing or deaf and they will fit equipment which may include vibrating pillow pads, personal pagers or smoke alarms which alert with a certain frequency. Click here for more information about getting smoke alarms fitted
Free smoke alarms, including specialist alarms and equipment can be fitted as part of a free home fire risk check which you can book by calling FREEPHONE 0800 0241 999.
For a FREE text reminder service for testing your smoke alarms visit http://www.safelincs.co.uk/reminders