ESSENTIAL FIRE AND SMOKE DETECTION FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Effective fire detection protects your business, your employees, and saves lives – helping you meet your fire safety responsibilities as a business owner.
Using industry-leading technology in fire alarm systems which have sophisticated sensors, we can monitor your workplace for the first signs of fire, whether by heat or smoke. This same technology mitigates false alarm notifications, establishing business continuity whilst safeguarding the lives of your employees and visitors.
Like any system, fire alarms need regular monitoring and maintenance to keep them in perfect working order. Apart from making sure the detectors are not covered or obstructed, there's little more you can do as a business owner. This is where we come in!
HOW WE CAN HELP
ISE offer the following services:
- Service your existing fire alarm system
- Monitor the system for alarms
- Deal with any system faults that may occur
You may need to upgrade your system, in which case we can also help you to choose the right one for your business and install it for you. Additional services we provide include performing risk assessments and conducting fire safety training.
FIRE ALARM SERVICING
Regular servicing of your fire alarm system ensures its always ready for action, protecting your business premises and assets.
A consistent service plan will reduce faults, and call outs to fix them, plus prevent false alarms putting unnecessary worry on your staff and customers.
By maintaining the fire alarm system today, you will save yourself money in the long run, as the system life will be extended - negating the need for replacements.
We can service any fire safety products regardless of the installer.
FIRE ALARM FAULTS
Fire alarm systems develop faults just like any other system that runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. When a fault happens, don't panic, just give us a call and we'll fix it for you.
Our dedication to keeping you and your business safe extends to a 24-hour fire alarm system call-out for any faults that may develop, ensuring you only ever pay the small cost of a fault find, and not pay with losing your livelihood in a fire.
FIRE ALARM MONITORING
Monitoring your fire alarm system gives you peace of mind.
67% of fires in businesses occur outside of working hours*, so having 24-hour fire alarm monitoring ensures that your business is safe from fires every day of the year.
Our Dual Com system keeps a 24-hour watch on any and every fire alarm you have installed, and the second a fault is seen the appropriate action is taken immediately.
This gives you the best protection possible all the time - one less thing to worry about.
* Office of the Deputy Prime Minster, Fire Statistics
As a business owner, you have a legal duty of care to your employees, which includes ensuring that all alarm systems are in good working order. Failing to maintain a fire alarm system could result in legal action, and your business insurance could be rendered null and void if you neglect the maintenance of your fire alarm.
FREE BUSINESS SURVEYS AND QUOTES
At ISE, we are committed to customer satisfaction and happiness.
We therefore offer a free visit to survey your business premises, and advice given on fire safety equipment, bespoke to your business needs. We don’t believe in pushy sales, as we prefer to build long term relationships with our clients, and will always offer competitive quotes.Book your Free Business Survey today
FIRE ALARM FAQ’S
Where do Fire Alarms need to be installed in a business premises?
When installing a fire system, is it common to have it on the ceiling, this is the perfect position for a fire alarm, because any smoke that is produces will ascend up towards the alarm. However, in the case that the fire is not seen, having a smoke alarm in the room could give you the extra awareness and time that it takes to get out safely.
Will a Smoke Alarm reduce business buildings insurance?
Your business buildings insurance is likely to be a lot lower if you take the advised optimal safety measures, as having smoke alarms reduces the risk of a mass fire by around 50%.
Does my business need a Fire Alarm System?
Most buildings that are not domestic, as of the 2005 fire safety order, require to be equipped with an appropriate amount of fire-fighting equipment and incorporate fire detectors and alarms throughout the building. Chances are, if you are an owner, landlord or occupier of a business, it is a requirement for you to have a fire alarm system installed.
Get in touch for an audit of your business premises, so you can be confident if you need a business Fire Alarm System.