Fire and Gas Safety

Fire Safety

What type of system applies to you?

Whether it is a simple domestic property that typically requires a Grade D system or a commerical premises where a Grade A system is needed, we can provide a solution to all your fire safety requirements.

Providing expert advice to private individuals or landlords who are unsure of the current legislation and also offering advice to building designers who need to install a fully approved fire alarm system.

Fire safety is governed by legislation namely The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and supported by BS5839: Part 1 (2017) for commerical properties and Part 6 (2013) for domestic dwellings.

Our aim is to translate these laws and recommendations into a straightforward understanding of what is required.

For commercial properties adhering to BS5839:Part 1 2017 the following guide should prove useful BS Guide 2017.

For domestic properties BS5839:Part 6 2019 sets out specific recommendations concerning the design and installation of fire alarm systems for new build and existing dwellings.

They are generally characterised by a Grading System from A-F1 (with A being the highest level of protection installed). Most private residential homes typically fall within Grade D or F, however it is worth noting that rented houses, HMO’s and houses with 3 floors and above may require a mixture of Grade A and D.

A Fire Risk Assessment will normally indicate the most appropriate level of protection required.

We can also provide advice on fire extinguishers, fire blankets and the very latest in fire suppression systems for both commercial and domestic kitchens.

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For private or smaller rented accommodations where legislation allows, we can provide a variety of options to suit your requirements.
We can install 10-year sealed battery-only smoke and heat alarms, mains interlinked alarms with battery backup and where cabling is an issue we use extremely reliable wireless alarm systems.
More importantly, we only work with approved manufacturers so you can be assured that all our products have been tested to the very highest standards.
All alarms come with full manufacturers support and warranty.


Carbon monoxide is the first by-product of incomplete combustion of carbon-based fuels, such as gas, LPG, oil, coal, wood and paper.

Colourless, odourless, tasteless and toxic overexposure can cause

  • headaches
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • breathlessness
  • collapse
  • loss of consciousness
  • death

We supply both sealed long life battery and standard non-sealed CO alarms.

For gas safety, we advise all households to install a carbon monoxide alarm in their homes.

The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015

Where a fully approved automatic fire alarm system is required we have the benefit of working closely with some of the best manufacturers in the market.
From simple two and four-wire conventional systems to the more advanced addressable systems, we understand that reliability is key. You can be assured that our engineers are trained to the highest standards and we offer a fully supported system.
In other words, we do not just install and leave. We are always available for any on-going support issues.

Where cabling is an issue we have access to some of the best wireless fire alarms systems and after an on-site survey would be able to tell you quickly whether this would be an option.

We offer simple maintenance contracts to ensure your fire alarms system and fire extinguishers are kept fault free and legally maintained.

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