We design, install, supply and maintain a wide range of fire alarm systems.
We never specify closed protocol equipment, we do not believe that you should be tied to any one company, often systems are offered to be installed relatively cheaply but the prove to be closed protocol type and you can only use the installing company to provide on-going support and repairs, often at great cost vs. open protocol equipment.
All of our systems are designed to comply with the requirements of your fire risk assessment, as required under the fire regulatory reform order (RRO). – And ensure that you continue to comply.
Information with regards to the RRO is available on the Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue website here
We provide fire alarm installation to large and small offices, schools, hospitals, HMO’s and private residences. We carry out contracts small and large and our services include fire alarm system design, installation and maintenance ranging from single zone controls to multi-site addressable systems. Wireless Fire Alarm systems are also available for sensitive buildings where cabling is unwanted or impractical. Our wireless fire alarms are designed to be fully compliant with BS 5839
Upon completion of a new installation, or where additional work is undertaken, we issue a work sheet and test certificate which confirms your system is compliant with the relevant standards and regulations it was designed to.
To comply with the RRO as well as Health and Safety Regulations it is important to ensure your fire alarm equipment is regularly maintained. It is a requirement to do so to meet British Standards! Failure could invalidate your insurance policy.
All fire alarm systems should be installed and maintained to BS 5839. Remember, a condition of meeting BS 5839 Part 1, is that the system must be regularly inspected and maintained at periods throughout the year. This is in addition to weekly checks carried out by the customer we always provide training and guidance on your testing responsibilities to help you achieve them. As a minimum you must use qualified fire alarm engineers to carry out one annual and one bi-annual test and inspection each year.