- Are you responsible for Business Premises?
- Are you an Employer?
- In a Licensed Property?
- A Charity or Voluntary Organisation?
- A Contractor with control over a Premises?
If the answer is “yes” to any of the above, then you may need a Fire Alarm or Emergency Lighting.
We specialise in the testing and servicing of emergency lights and we can supply, install and service all types of systems to BS 5266 in any kind of premises large or small.
When referring to the provision of Escape Lighting in BS 5266 section 4.2, requires that when the supply to all or part of the normal lighting in occupied premises fails, escape lighting is required to fulfil the following function:
- To indicate clearly and unambiguously the escape routes.
- To provide illumination along such routes to allow safe movement towards and through the exits provided.
- To ensure that fire alarm call points and fire fighting equipment provided along escape routes can be readily located.
- To permit operations concerned with safety measures.
Contact us today for an Emergency Lighting quotation.
Fire Alarm Systems
We Supply, Install and Commission Fire Detection Systems – Addressable and Conventional.
We service and repair all systems in all properties to the latest British Standard of BS5839.
The main purpose of a fire alarm system is to detect a fire or potential fire and to report a warning to building occupants to evacuate the premises.
Automatic devices, such as fire, smoke, carbon monoxide and heat detectors, detect the fire or heat and then activate audio-visual devices – such as sirens and strobes, to notify the occupants of a building about an emergency situation.
We can even pinpoint the location of fire or heat across large premises.
Our services include:
- Design – All systems are individually designed for the requirements of your property and your Fire Risk Assessment (FRA).
- Installation – We install with the highest standards of workmanship using only experienced engineers.
- Maintenance – inspections to suit your individual requirements and Fire Risk Assessment (FRA).