Whatever the size and complexity of the fire detection system - either networked or a stand alone system - for
small, large, single or multiple sites, Graham Robertson has the experience and expertise to advise, install and maintain the system.
The primary objective of a detection system is to reduce the devastating impact that can be experienced by fire and smoke, not only to
property but on personal belongings and in some cases, loss of life.
Therefore, the design of a suitable system to your home or commercial premises, is the first important step in the process of installation.
We will guide you through the choices of system, in terms of –
- Input Devices – Smoke detectors and alarm call points that will trigger the alarm.
- Output Devices – The alarm sounder, including bells, sirens and flashing lights etc.
- Control Equipment – monitoring of the system, status and fault finding, silencing and resetting the alarm.
Every location will have it’s own unique requirement, from conventional, non-addressable
and addressable systems, through to wireless, radio systems.
Contact us for your free, no obligation survey and quotation.
Rest assured that Graham Robertson’s engineers are all qualified and work to the required British Standard, BS5839, part 1 2002.
Fire and smoke detection systems are now part of the Multiple Occupancy Dwellings License requirements
effecting premises such as shared flats and houses, bed-sits, B&B’s, hostels, student residences, in fact, any premises with more
than three residents living together who are not all members of either the same family or of one or other of 2 families.