There are 3 types of fire alarm system:

  • Conventional – Suitable for smaller, low-risk properties, conventional alarms divide your property into ‘zones’. Once a fire is detected, the alarm will identify which zone it is in but not the exact location within that zone.
  • Addressable – These are more sophisticated systems that feature a number detection devices, each with an individual electronic address, that can pinpoint exactly where the fire is rather than just the general area. These are suited for larger premises such as hospitals, office blocks or schools.
  • Wireless – Wireless systems work in much the same way as addressable systems, but use a wireless link between the sensors and alarm panel. Older buildings where cabling may not be appropriate will benefit from wireless alarm systems.

Our fully trained professionals will visit your property to complete a free-of-charge, no obligation site survey, ensuring your fire alarm system suits your individual needs and requirements.