Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements

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2 months ago

I am offering a one-bedroom flat for rent, devoid of any gas utilities or appliances capable of burning fuel. Solely electricity and water are provided, with the cooker featuring a ceramic hob powered by electricity alone. Given this configuration, I'm inquiring whether additional carbon monoxide alarms are necessary.

At present, the property is furnished with a heat alarm in the kitchen and a smoke alarm in the hallway. Could you confirm if this arrangement meets the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detector Requirements outlined in the NRLA guidelines? ->

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