Home Security – Fire Alarms

Smoke alarms are self contained devices that incorporate a means of detecting a fire

(smoke detector) and giving a warning (alarm).

  • Working smoke detectors are a vital protection from fire
  • Smoke detectors can be incorporated into intruder alarms
  • Every home should have an emergency fire escape plan
  • 24/7 Service
  • Specialists in domestic work
  • Alarm panel powered with battery back up
  • Regular testing with Intruder maintenance check
  • Monitoring to our Alarm Receiving Centre
  • Work with a security and fire company you can trust
  • Protecting People and Property for over 30 Years
  • All work is to current British and EN Standards
  • Insurance company approved

They are about the size of a hand and are normally fitted to the ceiling. They can detect fires in their early stages and give you those precious minutes to enable you and your family to leave your house in safety.

Every household should have some sort of escape plan in place just in case the worst was to happen. Plan together as a family ensuring that all the children in the household know the plan and what to do in the unlikely event of fire occurring. Hopefully you will never have to use it, but it is important to prepare for it so there is no delay when it is put into action.

They provide early warning and give precious time that can save lives and prevent injury.

Year on year there is a steep increase in householders that own domestic fire alarms and smoke alarms.

Of all dwelling fires, including malicious attended by the services 13% were first discovered by domestic fire alarms or a smoke alarm.

Working smoke alarms are a vital protection from the dangers of fire in the home.

Our NACOSS Gold Accreditation (NSI) recognise, inspect and regulate companies who install, maintain and monitor electronic security systems. This recognition ensures that our clients receive top class care and attention from installation through commissioning and maintenance – monitoring of their systems.

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