Fire Alarms Northampton
A county in the East Midlands, Northampton is often referred to as ‘The Rose of the Shires’. Surrounded by eight other counties, it has an estimated population of 217,720.
Packed with various attractions, the county’s modern day facilities include Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix and with superb road and rail links, Northampton is rich in history, diversity and culture.
Under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, it is a legal requirement to include Fire Alarms that are regularly serviced within all business establishments in the UK. Fire Services Central Ltd. has a team of skilled fire alarm engineers who can provide a reliable solution for your business. Working in Northampton and across the UK, we ensure that fire alarm systems are designed, commissioned and maintained to the relevant British Standards.
Our comprehensive fire alarm services include:
Conventional Fire Alarm System Installation
Offering a good basic fire protection setup, the Conventional Fire Alarm System is better utilised in small offices or shops. With a number of detectors that can be installed in different areas of a building, these are connected with the same wires. In case any of the detectors report an alarm, a single indication is shown.
Addressable Fire Alarm System Installation
A highly sophisticated setup, the Addressable Fire Alarm System includes keyboards and a text message LED display that gives a clear and precise location of each field device. The major advantage of this system is that it gives the user the ability to pin-point the exact location of the fire.
Remote Fire Alarm Monitoring
For just a small fee, we can connect your fire alarm system to our Alarm Receiving Centre, which will then enable us to pass the alarm signal to a relevant fire brigade or third party.
National Fire Alarm Maintenance and Servicing
We also provide National Fire Alarm Maintenance and Servicing Solutions to ensure that your property is secured 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
From the records that the Department for Communities and Local Government gathered from Fire and Rescue Services across Great Britain, the authorities attended 212,500 fires between 2013 and 2014 alone. 38% of deaths were attributed to dwellings with no smoke alarms and nearly one fifth of deaths occurred in areas where the smoke alarm system was faulty.