NW FIRE SOLUTIONS PROVIDE, INSTALL AND MAINTAIN FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS FOR ALL BUSINESS TYPES
NW Fire Solutions is a specialist fire safety company who provide, install and maintain fire alarm and warning systems for many of the regions private and public organisations. If your building requires a new or replacement fire alarm system you’ve come to the right place, our highly qualified engineers have an outstanding track record of designing and installing bespoke fire alarm systems for buildings of all sizes and complexities.
Our expert team will ensure you receive a first class service and receive high-quality and third party accredited fire detection systems which are suitable for your specific business type. Throughout out extensive 10 years career, we have provided this service to the following industries:
Our engineers are able to select the correct fire alarm system to fit the demands of your particular building. Choosing the correct fire alarm system will ensure you comply with British Standards and key legislation, such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and the Wiring Regulations BS 7671. One of our engineers will install your alarm system with reference to the guidance published by the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG).
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OUR EXPERT TEAM WILL DESIGN THE RIGHT FIRE ALARM SYSTEM FOR YOUR PREMISES
The fire alarm system will be designed in accordance with the fire strategy for your premises to meet the requirements of the Fire Safety Order and Building Regulations. On completion of the installation our engineer will skilfully demonstrate how to operate the system and how to carry out periodic tests.
Using the information gained from the fire strategy for your building, our engineer will design the system in accordance with BS 5839-1 or BS 5839-6. This will include consideration of the suitable Grade of system, detector type and placement, audible alarm devices, suitable provisions to warn people who are deaf and hard of hearing, equipment control, manual call points, and remote transmission of alarms.
Getting these factors right is crucial to providing early detection and warning in the event of a fire.