Fire Detection & Alarm System Certificate

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As landlords we are all responsible to install heat/smoke detectors in our properties, especially in the light of Grenfell Tower, we all have to take extra care.
My question is: if the alarms are hardwired and perfectly functioning, is it mandatory to get a certificate for it?
From what I understand, these certificates expire every 6 months, which means that every 6 months one would need to get a new one.

Please share your thoughts and, if possible, how you handle these? Do you get a new certificate every 6 months or you check it yourself or you have someone you checks it your behalf?

22/02/2018 13:03

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