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Free smoke alarm from More Than

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Keep safe this Christmas With Christmas just around the corner it's the ideal time to test your smoke alarms - plus, we're giving away free smoke alarms to 100 customers on a first-come-first-serv… Read More
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Keep safe this Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner it's the ideal time to test your smoke alarms - plus, we're giving away free smoke alarms to 100 customers on a first-come-first-served basis.
To find out how to claim your free alarm, click on the link below.
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1 Like #2
Probably not worth applying after 07.30 but you never know :)
1 Like #3
I shall leave this for others as every room in my house has two detectors!!! I guess the previous tenants got a good deal X)
#4
Thanks
2 Likes #5
How hot does a thread have to get before it sets off the smoke alarm?
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Link not working
#7
Link not working

Edited By: BigDaveH on Dec 06, 2016 12:44
#8
Can't get this link to work
#9
Where there's smoke, there's flamedeer!
1 Like #10
http://www.morethan.com/home-insurance/news/guide-smoke-alarms-home

Get a free smoke alarm!
We are giving away free smoke alarms to the first 100 customers who email us at [email protected] with the following details:

Full Name (first name and surname):

Postal address (including city, county and full postcode)
Telephone number

IMPORTANT: Please use ‘Fire’ in the subject line

One request per person only. Alarms are limited to one per household.

Edited By: ZoeVic on Dec 06, 2016 13:05
1 Like #11
fire service been doing this for years
#12
link broke
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petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
Really? I honestly never knew that.
#14
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
Yes, the whole watch came in the fire engine and fitted a smoke alarm in our house (N Herts)! Kids loved it and we got a free smoke alarm.
#15
Yep just give them a ring and they will come and fit it. aswell as giving you safety advise
#16
petesteele128
Yep just give them a ring and they will come and fit it. aswell as giving you safety advise
They'll advise you to get advice. :)
#17
petesteele128
Yep just give them a ring and they will come and fit it. aswell as giving you safety advise

As well

advice
#18
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years

not really free though is it :(
#19
eslick
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
not really free though is it :(

Actually, funny enough about 5-7 years ago opened the front door to some firemen who were testing the firealarm. They pulled out some glue and stuck one to the roof downstairs. Not quite sure why, never seen them back since but we got a free fire alarm out of it! They also gave us safety advice - the usual don't use tealights etc
#20
matthewemmer
eslick
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
not really free though is it :(
Actually, funny enough about 5-7 years ago opened the front door to some firemen who were testing the firealarm. They pulled out some glue and stuck one to the roof downstairs. Not quite sure why, never seen them back since but we got a free fire alarm out of it! They also gave us safety advice - the usual don't use tealights etc

Yes but it's not free because we pay for it through our taxes, fully agree they are needed but they aren't the expensive thing they used to be and when many fire stations are closing.............I guess they weigh up the cost of the alarms versus the extra distance it takes engines to get to the fire.
3 Likes #21
sorry didn't realise I was at school
#22
Loving the burning house photo :) ps worth checking your local fire station they are known to do these for free and carbon monoxide alarms for certain groups
#23
Can never be too safe!
#24
#25
eslick
matthewemmer
eslick
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
not really free though is it :(
Actually, funny enough about 5-7 years ago opened the front door to some firemen who were testing the firealarm. They pulled out some glue and stuck one to the roof downstairs. Not quite sure why, never seen them back since but we got a free fire alarm out of it! They also gave us safety advice - the usual don't use tealights etc
Yes but it's not free because we pay for it through our taxes, fully agree they are needed but they aren't the expensive thing they used to be and when many fire stations are closing.............I guess they weigh up the cost of the alarms versus the extra distance it takes engines to get to the fire.
or they just really don't want people to die in the unfortunate event of a fire, next time I'm working at a fire station I'll ask.
*edit* don't use tea lights? Why ever not?

Edited By: disgraceUK on Dec 08, 2016 23:49
#26
disgraceUK
eslick
matthewemmer
eslick
petesteele128
fire service been doing this for years
not really free though is it :(
Actually, funny enough about 5-7 years ago opened the front door to some firemen who were testing the firealarm. They pulled out some glue and stuck one to the roof downstairs. Not quite sure why, never seen them back since but we got a free fire alarm out of it! They also gave us safety advice - the usual don't use tealights etc
Yes but it's not free because we pay for it through our taxes, fully agree they are needed but they aren't the expensive thing they used to be and when many fire stations are closing.............I guess they weigh up the cost of the alarms versus the extra distance it takes engines to get to the fire.
or they just really don't want people to die in the unfortunate event of a fire, next time I'm working at a fire station I'll ask.
*edit* don't use tea lights? Why ever not?

have a look at the hottest deal of the day today, "bankrupt the NHS" the smoke alarm is the same, when they are so cheap buy your own.

Tea lights aren't my comment :)

Edited By: eslick on Dec 09, 2016 08:22
1 Like #27
Also a surprising number of people don't realise that smoke detectors expire. Usually around 10 years.

We bought our house in 2015 and when I took one of the detectors off the wall it said it had expired in 2010.

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