Installing a new fire detection and alarm system
The choice of fire detection and alarm equipment is firstly prescribed by the level of risk to life and property, and secondly by your budget and the special characteristics of the building.
Our fire systems designer will survey your building to identify the category of fire protection required by the British Standard 5839, and take note of your particular needs.
He will then provide a written specification detailing the equipment to be installed, actual locations and costs. Once our proposal has been accepted we will schedule the works taking care to minimize disruption to the building users. This may involve working at night or early in the morning, our engineers are used to working shift patterns. They will always carry company identification cards and adhere to our company code of conduct while on your premises.
Testing and commissioning is a key stage, and is formally recorded by a BS 5839 Commissioning Certificate. This certificate describes our responsibility for the system and your acceptance of the completed system.
As a BAFE registered company, you can be assured that the Fire and Rescue Service & your Insurers will be satisfied with the new fire system, and that you have fulfilled your legal requirements as the Responsible Person for fire safety.