You are four times more likely to die in a house fire if you don't have a smoke alarm.
Put one up on at least each level of your home, and think about where they should go. The best place is on the ceiling in the middle of a hallway.
Maintaining your alarm is easy: just test them once a week, change the batteries each year and replace the entire alarm every ten years.
If you're really unsure, then talk to the experts... We have professional teams who will check your home for any fire risks for you for free - and who understands fire safety better than those that do it day in and day out.
Talk to us today, to see how we can help you.
Don't become another statistic.