Fire Alarm Installation and Maintenance
Fire Alarm Installation
Did you know that in the UK, there are approximately 7,000 fire-related casualties and around 300 fatalities each year? Shockingly, about 50% of these fatalities result from smoke inhalation. These statistics underscore the importance of readily available and cost-effective technology to prevent loss of life. At D-TECT Fire & Security, we specialize in designing and installing a wide range of smoke detectors, heat detectors, and fire alarm systems for commercial properties, business owners, and landlords. Our offerings include:
• Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
• Conventional Systems
• Wireless Systems
• Smoke Control Systems
• Refuge Systems
We understand that each customer has unique requirements, and our trained design team ensures you receive the right package. We consider the necessary levels of protection and your budget to provide you with the best possible service.
Once we’ve installed your fire alarm system, we offer a variety of service packages to ensure compliance with British Standards and the ongoing reliability of your installation.
Typically, fire alarm systems are serviced twice a year. However, high-risk sites and locations with vulnerable residents require quarterly servicing. We can service any system, regardless of the installing company. We have the expertise to ensure your protection meets relevant requirements. Our skilled engineers utilise the latest test equipment and innovative cloud-based software to maintain your system to the highest standard, testing all devices within each 12-month period . Our reports show the test results of every asset, so you can see exactly which detectors passed/failed, and we include a quote to rectify any issues found.
Another vital fire protection service we offer is the supply and maintenance of fire extinguishers. Ensuring you have the correct type of extinguishers for your needs and that you understand how to use them during emergencies is crucial. Our qualified technicians are here to help, ensuring your fire extinguishers are maintained to current standards and are in a safe, usable condition.