WHEN YOUR BUILDING IS EMPTY, CHURCHES FIRE CAN MAKE SURE IT IS STILL SAFE FROM FIRE USING FIRE ALARM MONITORING.
Fire Alarm Monitoring
Without someone to alert, a fire alarm is limited in its ability to protect your company. Churches Fire provides alarm monitoring services, so you can have full peace of mind that help will be on hand in a short time period, even when your building is empty.
How does fire alarm monitoring work?
When a fire alarm is activated, an alert is immediately sent to the alarm receiving centre, which notifies the local fire and rescue service and nominated key holders. This happens automatically and could mean the difference between returning to work the next morning as usual and getting to work to find irreparable fire damage.
Need some help?
If you would like to find out more about fire alarm monitoring and how Churches Fire can help you and your business, call our customer development team on 0370 608 4350 or complete the form for a call back:
Churches Fire uses Dualcom – the industry leader in alarm monitoring systems. Dualcom is a dual signalling system, using both a mobile network and analogue telephone line to make sure that the signal from the protected premises reaches the ARC.
Fire alarm monitoring requirements
Churches Fire provides a full fire safety assessment to determine the appropriate fire detection services. Our highly trained fire safety experts will decide whether fire alarm monitoring is right for you. It is particularly important if your premises is unmanned for sustained periods of time, for example, an office at the weekend.
Fire alarm monitoring and servicing
Our fully trained technicians will provide regular servicing of all fire alarm monitoring systems. You can be confident that our products will all always be maintained to the highest standards, ready to protect your assets from fire.
Experts in fire safety, you can count on Churches Fire to provide the optimum monitoring for your organisation’s fire systems. Contact us today to discuss your individual requirements.GET STARTED