The type of fire alarm system you need will depend on several factors including the structure and intended use of the building, and any qualifying legislation. Your fire risk assessment will at the very least require the installation of a basic manual fire alarm system.
With a conventional fire alarm system there is no way of pin point the exact location of the detector in the event of a fire alarm activation however by wiring your building into different zones our conventional fire alarm systems can give you a general idea of where the fire is. For example, the first floor of your building may be zone 1 with the second floor of your building being zone 2. Conventional fire alarm systems are often more cost effective than their counter parts.
All our systems can be covered through a cost effective maintenance contract giving you peace of mind all year round.
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