Experienced installers of school fire alarms, hospital fire safety solutions and more

Fire detection solutions are essential for protecting your service users, staff and assets – especially in the public sector, where duty of care is paramount.

We’ve spent nearly 30 years perfecting fire detection systems for buildings of all sizes. We’ve helped thousands of UK customers stay fire-safe, designing and installing fire alarms for schools, hospitals, care homes, GP surgeries and local authorities.

Whatever your safety needs, we can help. We design and install a wide range of fire alarm solutions for the public sector, from conventional electric fire alarms, to wireless fire alarms, to top-of-the-range analogue addressable alarms.

Ask for a free quote and safety survey today. We have a network of friendly, expert engineers stationed across the UK, so you’re only a phone call away from a truly durable fire detection and alarm system.


The gold standard for public sector smoke alarms

We’re trusted by more than 8,000 UK customers thanks to our friendly, no-nonsense approach to customer service, and the reliability of our fire safety products. Many of our fire alarm systems are still in great working order more than 15 years after installation.

All our public sector fire detection systems are designed and installed to BS 5839 and EN54 – the UK and EU standards for fire detection. This means they more than meet the requirements needed by your insurer and your local fire brigade.

What’s more, we’re NSI Fire Gold accredited, hold all BAFE fire safety modules, and are registered with all local fire brigades – so wherever you are, and whatever your needs, you can trust us to keep your people and your interests safe.


Types of public sector fire alarm systems

We offer three types of fire detection system. Our friendly engineers will be more than happy to discuss the best approach for your organisation.

All three systems can be monitored for key holder or fire brigade response.

Conventional mains fire alarms – Suitable for smaller buildings and limited budgets. These systems will provide years of protection for properties with four detection zones or fewer.

Analogue addressable fire alarms – Analogue addressable alarms are microprocessor-controlled solutions suitable for larger, more complex buildings.

Wireless fire alarms – Wireless alarms allow for quick installation and minimal disruption to a building’s structure. They’re especially suitable for listed buildings, where scope for building work is limited.

Public Sector