The vast majority of buildings within England and Wales that are used for commercial reasons will, by law, require some level of Fire Detection and Alarm System.

Fire fighting costs money. The costs of a serious fire can be high and afterwards many businesses do not reopen.

Where the building has been recently constructed or significantly altered, the fire detection and warning arrangements, escape routes and facilities for the fire and rescue service should have been designed, constructed and installed in accordance with current building regulations. In such cases, it is likely that these measures will be satisfactory as long as they are being properly maintained and no significant increase in risk has been introduced.

However, as from 1st October 2006, every company will be required to carry out their own risk assessment to ensure compliance with Fire Safety Regulations, Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, and to identify precautions that should be taken.

Combat Fire can help in complying with these regulations by the design, supply, installation and servicing of Fire Alarm Systems to BS5839 Part 1: ( 2013 )

We have a very experienced team of design, installation and service engineers, who can provide straightforward, cost-effective solutions to get your systems fully compliant.

Fire Detection and Alarm  Monitoring – alarm receiving centre

In conjunction with EMCS, Combat Fire provides 24 hour monitoring of fire alarm systems across the UK using BT Redcare Fire.

Our monitoring is carried out by UK-based real people, on the phone, 24 hours a day. That is what we consider a proper personal service.

Contact Combat Fire for all your alarm system and monitoring needs.