Fire protection systems designed and installed by Dalec
Non-domestic premises must be protected by an adequate fire protection system if they are to meet current national building regulations. Here at Dalec we offer a wide range of fire protection services, designed to provide businesses with peace of mind that their business is protected and is in line with building regulations.
In this week’s blog post we’ll be outlining the main issues surrounding the requirements for fire detection and prevention systems, followed by posts over the next few weeks on the type of systems we install and our BAFE accredited services.
Do I need a fire detection or fire alarm system for my business premises?
The majority of non-domestic premises require fire detection and alarm systems to be installed; from schools, nurseries and care homes, through to offices, shops, factories, hotels, cafes and restaurants. This means that unless your work from your own home, it’s highly likely that you’ll need to install a fire alarm and fire detection system.
The best place to start is by having a fire risk assessment which will not only tell if you need a fire alarm/detection system but will also help to determine which type of system needs to be installed.
What are the different types of fire alarm and detection systems available?
A wide range of different systems are available and the most appropriate system for your premises will depend on it’s size and the nature of your business. Basic system include just one or two manually operated call points, whilst complex networked systems can include numerous fire detectors, call points and alarm sounders.
Get in touch with Dalec to find out more
At Dalec we are fully qualified BAFE fire systems engineers. Our services include everything form fire system design and upgrades, through to new installations for business premises of all types and sizes. To find out more about our services, or to obtain a free, no-obligation quote, please get in touch by calling 01535 606006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org