Islamic sharia law and fire detectors: Working together for your safety - ijaraCDC

Islamic sharia law and fire detectors: Working together for your safety

If you bought your house with Islamic finance you’ll likely already know that having smoke detectors can be a lifesaving idea. Islamic Sharia law dictates that you should stay away from riba, and a good smoke detector practice dictates that you should have one of these lifesaving devices on every floor of your house. Battery-operated smoke detectors are very common. They can help you ease your mind about the possibility of a fire in your house so you can concentrate more on Islamic sharia law. Keep in mind these particular detectors operate on batteries so you need to check them quite often. AC power smoke detectors are direct wired and need to be installed by an electrician. However, they are considered to be more dependable in the long run and several high-end models even have safety lights that are activated when there’s an emergency. Staying compliant with Islamic sharia law is only part of what you’ll need to do when you’re a homeowner.  Making sure the structure you buy is safe and sound for you and your family should carry a top priority as well. It’s important to have an emergency plan and knowing exactly what to do when a smoke alarm sounds.