For Industrial Properties
Blaby Alarms offer quality installations for Fire Alarms to British Standard of BS5839 part 1 & part 6 across Leicestershire and the Midlands, for all types of industrial premises including:
- Food Manufacturing
- Cement/Aggregate Plants & Quarries
- Hosiery & dye factories
- General Factories
- Production facilities
- Manufacturing facilities
- Warehouses and storage units
- Distribution centres
- Heavy industrial facilities
When you choose Blaby Alarms for your fire alarm installation or upgrade you will receive a complete design and installation service to BS5839 part 1 and part 6.
Our expert teams install L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, LD1, LD2, LD3, P1, P2 and M fire alarm systems with NIC EIC certification on completion.
All our fire alarm systems include:
- Audible warning
- Control panel
- Zone wiring
- Smoke detectors
- Break glass call points and heat detectors as required.
Our engineers will ensure your specification fully meets your requirements. This can be checked for Fire Officer approval if required.
How can I stop wasting money through false fire alarms?
Does your business Fire Alarm keep having false alarms? If so, have you ever calculated just how much this costs every time it happens?
- Cost of every member of staff losing half an hour’s work
- Orders lost with phone calls unanswered
- Machines running empty for half an hour
- Cost of maintenance team trying to find the fault
- Call out fee to an Alarm specialist to reset the controls
- Cost of supply and fit for new parts or maintenance to the system.
- An Invoice from the Fire Service for attending an automatic call out
Fire Service Cause for Concern
The overall costs of every false fire alarm does have an impact on the UK economy. Frequent false alarm incidents are a major cause for concern for the Fire Service and the total cost of each incident is estimated at around £4,016 per business.
Reputable Alarm Installation
If your alarm was installed by a reputable company, this really shouldn’t occur any more than once a year, and having a basic alarm service contract should cover the costs to resolve one or two false alarms per year.
Lack of Maintenance
Every business comply with the regulations must have a proper maintenance contract for their alarm, – which will cost from £135, depending on the size of the property and the complexity of the system.
The loss of earnings to resolve just one false alarm will cost the business around 30 – 40 times more than paying for an annual service and maintenance contract, so outweighing any savings you are trying to make by saving this cost.
It is also a business expense, and will help to reduce the company tax bill.