Fire Alarm Installations in Leicester
When it comes to silent and invisible killers, early warning systems are crucial and potentially lifesaving. All commercial buildings, from small offices to larger warehouses, must adhere to strict fire safety regulations, in order to ensure the safety of those working in it or visiting.
At East Midlands Security & Fire, we can accommodate the individual specifications of any business premises, whether that means a standalone fire alarm or multiple ones. Our expert team can design and install a wide range of fire protection equipment, including smoke/heat and carbon monoxide detectors with the option of built-in sounders, from top industry manufacturers.
Commercial Fire Alarms
Before we proceed to the fitting of any fire alarm system, we can perform a fire risk assessment where we consider any existing business safety measures, such as fire exits and fire drills. This allows us to create the most appropriate plan for your fire detection system and ensure your business is fully compliant with the law. Regular maintenance of your fire detection equipment should, therefore, be a safety priority so it is always operating to its top working condition.
Business owners are responsible for ensuring the safety of their staff and premises by providing protection against intruders and any other luring dangers. Fitting an effective security system is crucial for this purpose and it can even provide you with added security against any potential damages. Our commercial services are specially designed for small businesses such as shops, offices and warehouses but we do cater to a full range of business throughout Leicestershire.
Arrange Your Fire Alarm Service
We offer a range of different fire detection and alarm systems. However, the most suitable type of system for your commercial premises will be dependent on the building’s size and the results of our fire risk assessment. Please book a free site survey for further details.
Did You Know?
According to Home Office, between 2010 and 2017, the highest proportion of fire related fatalities occurred when there was no smoke alarm present.