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Fire Alarm Installation in London & Essex

Fire Alarm Installation - Essex - London

We offer full design and installation of all sizes and types of fire alarm system in any commercial building carried out by our BS5839 qualified design and engineering teams, whether it be a conventional system within a shop unit, HMO (homes of multiple occupation) buildings requiring communal fire alarm systems inclusive of AOV (automatic opening vents) to fully addressable multi panel networked systems within office buildings, schools and industrial units we have done and will do it all.

We work with electrical contracts to carry out installations within new build sites, property management or FM companies and end users within existing buildings that require updating of existing systems or new installations. 99% of existing systems that require additional works we can accommodate and we use only compliant manufactured equipment for all new installations for hard wired or fully wireless systems and everything in between including fire suppression, air sampling and beam detection, whatever the site situation we will have solution.

For existing properties the process would normally begin with a fire risk assessment (link to FRA page here) being carried out at your existing property in which the need for a fire alarm system would be identified, at this stage you can take advantage of our free site survey, design and quotation service.

  • BAFE Accredited provider
  • Free survey and site specific design
  • BS5839 qualified professional staff
  • 24 hour technical support advice line
  • All equipment covered by warranty
  • Any like for like quotation beaten* (*equipment, specification and design to be identical)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    A Fire Alarm System is a number of devices that work together to warn the occupants of a building that carbon monoxide, fire and smoke are present and to evacuate immediately. The alarm system will typically combine auditory and visual warnings to bring attention to the emergency.
    You should test your fire alarm once a week at a set time. Before you test you alarm, you must warn people inside the building that this is a regular test and that no evacuation is required. You must also advise your Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) that you are about to initiate the test so they do not alert the Emergency Services.
    A Fire alarm certificate is a mandatory inspection and should be carried out in accordance with BS5839. These regulations are part of the fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings; they cover design installation commissioning and maintenance.
    One fire drill you should carry out at least one fire drill per year and record the results. You must keep the results as part of your fire safety and evacuation plan.
    The smoke detectors in a fire alarm system often cannot tell the difference between smoke and steam. This can be annoying. Therefore, careful planning is needed for fire alarm installation to ensure they are not placed immediately next to the bathroom or cooking equipment in the kitchen.