Fire Alarm Installation
Fire alarms are complex systems, and you may only find out yours isn’t working after it’s too late. Correct and professional installation will mean you can be confident your alarm will be there when you need it.
Our installation and maintenance team have experience in fitting all types of fire alarm systems. We’ll liase with you to organise specific Health & Safety and accessibility issues, making sure you get the perfect alarm system to suite your business.
Approximately 80% of businesses do not recover after a serious fire and over half do not have adequate fire alarms installed. All our fire alarms are designed, installed and commissioned to the BS 5839 standard. At Assured Electrical Solutions we make it our priority to keep our engineers trained to the highest level in fire alarm installation and safety. This not only means that you will have peace of mind knowing that you will receive the best in fire alarm safety, but also the latest in technology and design.
Conventional fire alarm systems
From small shops & offices to medium sized buildings, conventional fire alarm systemsare a cost effective way to ensure you have a means of detecting & waning of fire. Numerous detectors can be installed on zones, when a detector is triggered the fire alarm control panel will indicate which zone has been triggered, giving you or the fire brigade an indication of the area of activation.
Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
This type of fire alarm system is state of the art & is highly intelligent. If a detector is triggered it give a text read out of exactly where this unit is e.g. “smoke detector 17 managers office”. The main advantage of this system is for large buildings where a detector on a conventional zone may take some time to find.
Wireless Fire Alarm Systems
When installation costs are taken into account, radio fire alarm systems are very cost effective and have distinct advantages over the traditional wired system. These advantages include :-
No disruption to the building fabric or its occupants- Wired fire alarm systems invariably cause significant disruption to buildings and occupants that leave the user with “hidden” costs.
Temporary Protection- The Health & Safety at Work Act often requires fire alarm systemseven on temporary buildings and construction sites. Radio systems can satisfy this requirement and then be easily removed for use elsewhere when the temporary need expires.
Remote Buildings – Large savings can be made in avoiding costly excavation for inter-connecting cables.
Large Sites – Long cable runs can be very expensive and vulnerable to damage. Radio overcomes these problems.
Urgent needs – Radio alarm systems can be installed in a fraction of the time needed for wired systems and equipment is generally available at short notice.