Smoke alarm.

Shortly it will be a legal requirement to install these in all residential rental property.

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From October this year (2015) it's going to be the law to have both Carbon Monoxide detectors and smoke alarms in residential rented property, so if you've not got them now is the time to buy them, as once retailers realise they are a legal requirement the price is likely to rise!
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