Regularly inspecting and testing of Fire Alarm systems can save more than just lives it can save thousands of pounds in property damage by detecting fires in their early stages.
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Your Fire Alarm system should be inspected and tested every six months with a full system inspection every 12 months as a minimum requirement or more often if a risk assessment specifies that it should.
Most insurance companies specify that any Fire Alarm system must be inspected and tested regularly and have documentation to prove it. Our team of fully qualified fire alarm Engineers, will look after your systems in a proactive manor.
Spitfire Services offer extremely competitive maintenance prices with no hidden extras and without binding contracts. We can inspect and maintain most makes and types of Fire Alarm Systems.
The Fire Alarm Control Panel is inspected and tested by simulating faults and failures that can occur within the system. E.G. Open Circuit, Short Circuit, loss of mains power and battery charge voltage.
When carrying out the inspection we use specialist testing equipment. This equipment simulates smoke, gases or heat which is produced by a fire, which the detectors sense as a genuine fire. This equipment leaves no residue in the detectors.
Once the testing is complete our Engineers will return the equipment to its original operating condition. A certificate of inspection will be issued, should be kept with your Fire Safety logbook for your premises.
New fire alarm systems and upgrades
If you require a new fire alarm system, Spitfire Services can design, install and commission a new system to the latest British Standards. Once complete full certification will be issued.
Spitfire Services offer a wide range of fire alarm services and solutions from Design, Installation and Commissioning of Conventional and Two wire systems, to the more advanced addressable and radio systems for larger or listed properties. If required following alterations to your property, we can extend most types of existing systems.