At Churches Fire we proudly position ourselves as a national company with a local presence. For over 25 years, we have strived to fill the market space between large corporations and small local suppliers.
Churches Fire are experts in sprinklers, designing and installing systems specific to customer requirements in order to suppress fire quickly. Sprinklers work independently, detecting heat of a specific temperature and dousing fire quickly to avoid spreading.
At Churches Fire, we work closely with Property Managers. The use of our extensive fire safety services assists with compliance and ensures emergencies can be dealt with swiftly if they occur.
An independent organisation reviews the processes of a business, the technicians, the equipment and tools used, as well as other areas. This independent assessment determines that the work practices meets the required specifications.
Our extinguisher technicians work alongside care home staff to ensure portable fire extinguishers are fully-functioning and would perform as required in the event of an emergency, all the while working in a considerate manner towards vulnerable adults within the home.
As essential parts of any fire safety system, Churches Fire provides high-quality emergency lighting and fire alarms that customers can trust.
Managing properties involves making sure standards are met and procedures are understood by colleagues, visitors and residents. Use these top 5 tips to guarantee fire safety measures are being followed in property management.
Quality-assured sprinkler systems from Churches Fire gives businesses across the UK peace of mind that buildings and people are safe. We are experts in sprinkler systems, from design and installation to servicing and maintenance.
One of the greatest risks to health associated with fire is the damage caused by smoke. Managing a care home facility carries the duty of ensuring standards relating to fire are met and procedures understood.
As fire alarm systems become more advanced, organisations across the UK have come to rely on these systems to provide early warning in the event of a fire, aiding in safe evacuation and alerting the emergency services.