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    Hi I am looking carry out work in my 3 bed flat to prepare for HMO.

    Can someone please help confirm if the electrical hard wired smoke alarms need plastic back box fitted, if I already have a concrete ceiling.

    Thanks, Ray

    #2
    Not sure I understand your question, perhaps you could rephrase? Are you concerned about maintaining the fire rating of your compartment ceiling?

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      #3
      Hi, It is more of a electrical related question.but agree I conver

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        #4
        I am concerned about the fire rating of the building ceiling. It a 5 storey building and my flat is on the second floor.

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