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If you are in need of a Fire Alarm system, Western Security Systems can certainly help.
Designing the correct type of Fire Alarm System for your property can be fraught with issues due to the varying complexity of building designs, legislative rulings and enforceable British Standards (BS:5839). A Fire Alarm System is without doubt the most important type of electronic alarm system within any premises and the company is able to install both wired and wireless Fire Alarm Systems. Our systems can either be simple standalone systems or remotely monitored to our NSI Gold accredited Alarm Monitoring Centre for Fire Service response.
When designing a Fire Alarm System, our trained and certificated designers will carry out a comprehensive survey of your premises, ask pertinent questions relative to your property and business operation and may ask to see your “Fire Risk Assessment” documents to ensure all avenues are covered. Our fire alarm installation and maintenance staff are also meticulously trained and certificated to FIA standards and we only use the very best in Fire Alarm equipment from companies that have a proven track record in reliability and long term support.
The on-going maintenance is vitally important for your Fire Alarm System and the norm is to have your Fire Alarm system inspected and tested at six monthly intervals. Generally, the only exception to increasing these test intervals to four visits a year is where people sleep on the premises or a Risk Assessment deems it appropriate to do so. Typically, we install Fire Alarm Systems into the following properties: -
- Offices & Commercial Properties.
- Houses Rented for Student Accommodation
- Department Stores
- Server Centres
- Local Authority Buildings
In addition to Fire Alarm Systems, the company also install and maintain Emergency Lighting Systems to BS: 5266
Just like a Fire Alarm system, emergency lighting also plays a vital part towards the safety of employees and visitors whilst in your premises. There would be little point in a fire alarm activating if persons within your property could not see (or did not know) the way to the fire exits from your property.
Similarly, the ongoing maintenance of Emergency Lights is tightly covered under British Standards (BS: 5266) and all emergency lights must undergo extensive testing at regular intervals.