Though security systems can often be installed on a “do-it-yourself” basis, the same cannot be said for fire alarm systems. There are coding laws and safety concerns that must be taken into consideration. For these reasons, it’s best to bring in an experienced professional.
When it comes to commercial and domestic fire alarm systems, we’re experts. Our knowledgeable technicians are equipped to handle anything and everything — from minor repairs to full installations.
How does it work?
We’ll start by assessing your personal situation. This will help identify any repairs or improvements that need to be made; it can also help us determine the best design possible for your specific location.
We install several types of fire alarm systems for both domestic and commercial clients — these include:
Non-Addressable Fire Alarm Systems:
A non-addressable fire alarm system is perfect for many small businesses/office spaces. These systems are compatible with a range of different devices (optical and ionization smoke detectors, heat detectors, sounders, etc.). Non-addressable systems are cost effective; yet still provide ample protection for smaller locations.
Addressable Fire Alarm Systems
Addressable fire alarm systems are a better option for larger businesses and more complex buildings. If your business wishes for a high-spec, sensitive system then this system is the one for you. These systems allow for sensitivity adjustments on smoke detectors, diagnostic options for fires, as well as full integration with building management systems. Addressable fire alarms will give you a much more exhaustive approach to fire protection.
Addressable fire alarm systems are a better option for larger businesses — particularly businesses that wish to approach fire safety in a more sophisticated manner. These systems allow for sensitivity adjustments on smoke detectors, diagnostic options for fires, as well as full integration with building management systems. Addressable fire alarms will give you a much more in-depth approach to fire protection.
Wireless Fire Alarm Systems
Addressable fire alarm systems, although highly effective, still require extensive wiring. A wireless system is a great alternative for anybody that requires a less disruptive installation; they also work great for any business operating out of a temporary space. With the drastic improvements that are currently being made in wireless technology, wireless fire alarm systems grow more sophisticated with each passing day.