Our Fire Services
We offer a range of fire equipment and maintenance services, including fire alarm servicing, fire extinguisher servicing and fire risk assessment. Fire has the potential to dramatically impact lives as well as business practice, so it is obviously imperative to make sure you have all of the necessary equipment – and to make sure it’s in complete working order and up to date – to make sure you’re prepared should a fire incident occur.
Fire Alarm Servicing:
Fire alarm servicing is incredibly important for your business, as it has the potential to save lives. Make sure your fire alarms are tested, fully functional and up to date – learn more about our fire alarm servicing work here.
Fire Extinguisher Servicing:
Should a fire break out in your premises, you need a working fire extinguisher. This is why fire extinguisher servicing is vital - it can be the difference between life and death. Our qualified service engineers will make sure your extinguisher is ready for anything, find out more about our fire extinguisher services, the rules around servicing, and our fixed price schemes, here.
Fire Risk Assessments:
Legislation says that many different types of buildings and businesses require a fire safety risk assessment. This helps understand fire risks around your property, and aids you in creating a fire management plan, whilst also helping to avoid fires in the workplace. Find out more about our fire risk assessment services here.
Our Electrical Services:
We offer many different electrical services to all of our clients both old and new. These services include PAT testing, thermal imaging and fixed electrical inspections (EICR). All of these services are are needed to ensure the smooth and efficient day to day running of your business. They are also designed to keep your staff, employees and clients safe, and to remain compliant with health & safety laws.
Emergency Lighting Services:
Testing Emergency Lighting
Maintaining your emergency lighting units is important to ensure that the lighting is actually working and that the back-up battery is capable to last the full duration required by the standards.
How Often Do I Need to Test Them?
Emergency lighting needs to be tested on a monthly basis by a competent person, simply switch the lights into test mode, check they are all working correctly and then turn them back on. If there are any defects, simply call us to rectify them for you. On an annual basis, you will need one of our qualified engineers to complete a full drain down and certify that they are all working correctly
Find out more about our Emergency Lighting services here.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR):
What are Fixed Electrical Inspections?
Fixed electrical wiring deteriorates over time, meaning that you need to test it regularly to make sure everything is up to standard, conforming with current regulations. An inspection will check over your wiring and provide you with an Electrical installation condition report (EICR).
Why do I need a Fixed Electrical Inspection?
The Electricity at Work Regulations act 1989 states that wiring in the place of business must be checked regularly to keep everyone safe – therefore it is imperative to comply with this regulation.
Find out more about Fixed Electrical Inspections and Electrical Condition Reports (EICR) here.
What is PAT testing?
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT testing) is a necessary test carried out by a Portable Appliance Testing specialist in order to check all portable electricals involved in a business setting are safe to use. The test consists of a formal visual inspection and a combined inspection and test which requires the usage of specialist portable appliance testing equipment. The equipment will aid the test, and usage will include testing the earth continuity, lead polarity and insulation resistance of the appliances. PAT testing prices can vary, and you should only use a fully qualified PAT tester.
Why do you need a PAT test?
PAT tests are requirements for businesses whatever the size to ensure all portable appliances are safe and up to standards - by having your appliances PAT tested you are ensuring your employees and premises stay safe, and that your business conforms to the Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989, Provision and Use of Work Equipment regulations of 1998 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations of 1999 acts. Essentially: if you’re a business owner, having your items PAT tested is a requirement that helps keep everyone safe at work, and you should make sure your PAT testing frequency is in line with the recommended guidelines.
Find out more about our PAT testing services and prices here.
Looking for another service?
All our electrical services – including emergency lighting testing, domestics electrics and commercial electric contracting – can be found here. Want to talk to us directly? Get in touch and a friendly member of our qualified team will be happy to answer all your questions.