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Fire Alarm Maintenance Company in Essex, London, Kent & Surrey

Fire Alarm Maintenance - Essex - London

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Our team of fire alarm service engineers are not only fully BS5839 qualified but have a vast amount of experienced working on all types of commercial fire alarm systems form conventional to addressable networked multi panel systems our existing client base includes shops, offices, industrial units, schools, hotels and HMO properties so whatever the site or system we will ensure you always have a functioning compliant fire alarm system in your building to protect the residents, staff, customers and property.

Your minimum regulatory requirement is for two service visits per year this is increased to four visits for higher risk properties. Good ongoing maintenance regimes as well as being required by law are also in place to avoid any excess false alarming of your fire alarm system and the resulting loss of business operation or lost time, so not only will we keep you up to date with your fire safety requirements we will in turn ensure early identification and rectification of any potential problems that can cause unwanted false alarms or failure of your system.

From the beginning of your agreement with us you will have full 24 hour support either via our trained office staff or an on call engineer out of business hours we will endeavour to minimise the need for engineers to attend and will firstly try to resolve your issue over phone free of charge failing that an engineer can be deployed as an emergency call out with a maximum response time of 4 hours

Fire alarm system maintenance contract

All our service contracts are rolling 12 month with no tie in we believe that the level of service we provide will ensure you are happy to stay without any contractual obligation.

During the fire alarm service visits our engineer will test your fire alarm system and discuss any issues to you. He will fill out your fire log book (which we provide at the start of your contract free of charge) and leave you with a written report for your records. Should any remedial works be recommended we aim to have our quote emailed to you the follow day for your approval.

We can offer service packages following any new installation works we carry out to run alongside all parts warranty periods as well as being able take-over and maintain all existing manufactures of commercial fire alarm systems on the market.

  • Written report sheets for every visit
  • Payment options available
  • BS5839 certified service team
  • 24 hour telephone support
  • Free log book
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    A Fire Alarm System is a number of devices that work together to warn the occupants of a building that carbon monoxide, fire and smoke are present and to evacuate immediately. The alarm system will typically combine auditory and visual warnings to bring attention to the emergency.
    You should test your fire alarm once a week at a set time. Before you test you alarm, you must warn people inside the building that this is a regular test and that no evacuation is required. You must also advise your Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) that you are about to initiate the test so they do not alert the Emergency Services.
    A Fire alarm certificate is a mandatory inspection and should be carried out in accordance with BS5839. These regulations are part of the fire detection and fire alarm systems for buildings; they cover design installation commissioning and maintenance.
    One fire drill you should carry out at least one fire drill per year and record the results. You must keep the results as part of your fire safety and evacuation plan.
    The smoke detectors in a fire alarm system often cannot tell the difference between smoke and steam. This can be annoying. Therefore, careful planning is needed for fire alarm installation to ensure they are not placed immediately next to the bathroom or cooking equipment in the kitchen.