Why install a smoke alarm?

  • There are over 500 deaths and 11,000 injuries that occur each year in the UK from fires within domestic homes

  • Many of the injuries sustained are preventable if people had an early warning of a fire

  • Having correctly fitted and installed Smoke Alarms really could save yours and/or your families lives

We fit two types of Smoke Alarms. You can choose between a mains powered model or a more traditional battery operated version. The mains powered model will still require a battery but its primary use is as a backup facility in case the electricity supply is cut. Traditional Smoke Alarms require the battery changing. Usually you will know this because your Smoke Alarm will alert you by omitting a high pitched beeping noise. Whichever Smoke Alarm you choose make sure it is displays the British Standard Kite mark.

How many smoke alarms should I have?

Ideally you should have one smoke alarm for every room in your home. Where this is not possible the minimum requirement is one for every floor. It is always advisable to have one fitted in bedrooms of your young children..

To arrange a free survey of your Home or Business, contact Daniel on 07958368378 or use our Contact Form



5 Colman Close, 

Stanford -Le- Hope, 


SS17 8RT,

United Kingdom

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