Intro About QEC
QEC – Queensland Electrical Contractors (QEC) is an electrical contractor business, providing electrical services to both residential and commercial properties across the Gold Coast & Brisbane regions. QEC employ fully licensed master electricians to attend to all of your electrical needs both in terms of residential and domestic electrical maintenance and commercial electrical maintenance. Our director, Lee Fraser has been trading as a certified electrical services provider for in excess of 20 years. On a domestic level, QEC offers various services ranging from full residential electrical wiring to general home electrical repairs. QEC are able to attend to all of your household electrical needs and are experts in electrical fault finding. QEC also provide a variety of commercial electric services utilizing the skills of the best quality commercial electricians in the area in order to provide a professional and efficient service. QEC have extensive experience in commercial electrical construction and redevelopment sites as well as servicing existing business premises located in a variety of areas. We look forward to receiving your call and providing you with the most efficient and highest quality electrical service in and around the Gold Coast and Brisbane regions.
QEC Smoke Alarm Services
Fire Safety is of utmost importance to ensure that you, your family and your property are kept safe. Smoke alarms significantly reduce the risk of property fires which can result in extreme damage, loss of property and even in the worst cases death.
QEC are experienced in the installation, testing, and upgrading of smoke alarms. In order to ensure that you are adequately protected, call on QEC to ensure that your smoke alarm is working correctly has been installed correctly and complies with the required standard.
New QLD Smoke Alarm Legalisation
As a result of new legislation passed in August 2016, new laws will take effect as of 1 January 2017 placing various requirements on the installation, products and use of smoke alarms in the following properties:
- Existing residential dwellings (i.e. houses, townhouses (Class 1A) and units (Class 2); and
- Dwellings being sold, leased or subject to a lease renewal; and
- New dwellings and those dwellings being substantially renovated. As you can see, the news laws cover a significant amount of property types and it is highly likely that this will affect a significant amount of people, including you.
Don’t leave your smoke alarm compliance up to chance; let us use our expert knowledge to assist you in your obligations.