Enquiries, Management, Administration

Head Office: 73 Port Rd, Thebarton, South Australia – 5031

Email: general@ers-sa.com.au

Phone: 1800 024 333

Office Hours: 7:30am – 6pm Monday-Saturday.
Electrical or Plumbing Emergencies – call 24/7

ABN : 16 067 079 636

We operate in All Suburbs Daily

Our 30+ fully licensed electricians, plumbers, & accredited technicians – live & work throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area.


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Smoke Alarm Installation

Your local electricians – for all smoke alarm installation, and all electrical repairs.

Please contact us today to discuss your needs.

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Smoke Alarm Installation

We have 30 fully licensed local electricians, and technicians – operating in all Adelaide suburbs, and available quickly.

In South Australia smoke alarms have been compulsory in all homes since 2000.

Our electricians have experience in hard-wired smoke alarm installation – to safeguard your home from the possibility of fire.

Multiple interlinked ‘next generation’ smoke detector installations ensure maximum protection for your family, home or workplace.

There are a two main types of smoke detectors available as set out below – for different areas of a home or work environment. To avoid smoke detector false alarms, we help ensure you have them installed in the correct location.

Ionisation Alarms

Ionisation smoke alarms respond well to fast flaming fires, that give off little visible smoke.

Ionisation smoke detectors require a very low power to operate and traditionally have been the most regularly used residential smoke alarms. Ionisation smoke detectors are most effective for invisible particles of combustion such as those found in fast flaming, low smoke fires.

Photoelectric Alarms

Photo­electric smoke alarms are best at detecting smoky and smouldering fires (often associated with visible smoke). These contain a photo cell with an internal light source registering on this cell. When smoke enters and disturbs this set up the alarm triggers.