Fire Alarm Repair – Servicing and Installation
At Precision, we can design and install you an entire system from scratch. We specialise in Heritage & Listed Buildings where our wireless systems really come into their own. All of our engineers are multi skilled and cross trained.
Our in-house multiskilled engineers become your competent person. They are dedicated professionals who explain every step of the design process. We offer same-day services, and all work is guaranteed.
In the UK the British Standards Institute provide the standard that your system must conform to, it is BS 5839 Part 1. All our engineers are trained to this standard. We provide comprehensive services with inhouse dedicated professional. Call us anytime for help with your fire system requirements.
We fully guarantee all of our work, our friendly staff provide fantastic after-sales service. Our prices are very competitive, we will not be beaten on price. Call today for your free design visit.
Our engineers will take the design and then establish the most effective method of installing your fire system, with the least amount of disruption. They complete a risk assessment before work commences. A safe system of work will be implemented.
The complete, installation, commissioning and handover will be done by our dedicated engineers.
Precision specialises in complex multi-building systems from Fire Detection to Fire Suppression. We also install air sampling systems; these are typically used in listed buildings where detectors would look unsightly.
A large majority of buildings require a fire alarm to guarantee the protection of life and property. They are the most dependable way of informing all employees and staff of a fire condition.
Fire alarms are needed in most buildings, per the Regulatory Reform Order 2005.
Where the premises are a workplace, the responsible person must ensure that any duty imposed by articles 8 to 22 or by regulations made under article 24 is complied with in respect of those premises.
British Standard BS5839, in accordance with specifies the level required for a particular risk. Our designers follow the standard when looking at your duty under the Fire Safety Order.
Our technicians carry a wide range of devices to recertify any non-compliance. Precision has a dedicated training centre, to ensure that our engineers stay right up to date with the latest developments in the industry.
Fire Alarm systems are categorised. They are as follows:
Category M. Manual systems rely on the occupants of the building, discovering the fire and operating a call point on the system to alert others.
Category 5 (Level 5) systems are the ‘custom’ category and relate to individual special requirements that cannot be met by any other category.
Category 4 (Level 4) systems cover escape routes and circulation areas.
Category 3 (level 3)systems provide more inclusive cover than Category 4. The purpose is to notify the occupants of the building early enough to guarantee that all can exit the building.
Category 2 (Level 2) systems correlate to automatic fire protection in specified areas of the premises as well as meeting the demands of Category 3. The more comprehensive cover relates to parts of the building considered to have a high level of risk.
Category 1 (Level 1) systems, the whole of a building, is covered with minor exceptions. L1 systems are typically installed in premises where people are sleeping.
We stand by our claim that we are a professional world class installer. We guarantee all of our work for a full 3 years, this includes parts and labour.