High-Quality Fire Alarms In Cardiff
Reliable Fire Alarm Solutions For Commercial And Domestic Customers
Cardiff Alarm Systems are trusted fire alarm specialists with over 35 years of industry experience and are proud to offer the most cutting-edge fire alarm systems currently available on the market. Located in Cardiff, we offer professional fire alarm installation and maintenance services for commercial and domestic customers across South Wales.
To upgrade your fire alarm system or to discuss our services, get in touch to speak to our friendly team or request a free quotation online today.
SSAIB Approved Fire Alarm Experts
When it comes to having your fire alarm system, you always want to go with a reputable provider, and Cardiff Alarm Systems are just that. We are fully approved by SSAIB (The Security Systems and Alarm Inspection Board), which means we are a fire alarm installation provider that you can be sure to trust.
For more than 35 years, Cardiff Alarms Systems Ltd has been installing and maintaining fire alarm systems across Cardiff. Whether it’s for your home or you have a large commercial building, we will ensure you are protected against fire. Our team have the knowledge to understand your exact property type, and install the most effective fire alarm system based on the size of the property, it’s specifications, who uses the property, and various other factors. When choosing to use Cardiff Alarm Systems, you can leave the process of sourcing and installing the alarms to our experts, who can ensure to make your property a safer place.
Cardiff Alarms Systems Ltd are members of the SSAIB, (Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board), and have a wealth of experience installing fire alarms systems. We supply and install a wide range of systems, so you can be confident we will have something for your property. Just give us a call and one of our technicians will arrange a visit to assess your property and recommend the most appropriate level of protection. We work across the Cardiff area; when it comes to fire alarm systems and associated fire safety equipment, you can rely on us.
Quality should always be a priority when it comes to installing alarm systems, therefore, we will always look to install the most efficient alarm systems for your property and ensure each of our staff has the correct knowledge to make the right recommendations for your property. Not only just this, we can also ensure that the installation process is implemented with precision and skill to ensure the most efficient performance of the alarms. Our team will always ensure to carry out the right quality checks to ensure that your newly installed alarms are as efficient as possible in alerting people inside of the property and detecting any signs of fire.
stems and associated fire safety equipment, you can rely on us.
Fire Alarm Systems
- House, flats and apartments
- Business premises
- Large commercial premises
- Wide choice of fire alarm systems
- Supply and installation
- Fire alarm maintenance and servicing
- All our fire alarm systems come with a 2-year warranty as standard
It’s imperative that all properties have adequate fire protection in place, both legally and for your peace of mind. If your domestic or commercial property is yet to have alarms installed, our team can efficiently analyse your property to understand its specifications and provide the exact type of alarm your property needs. Understanding which fire alarm system your property needs is far from simple, so we can do the hard work for you with the end goal of installing specialist fire alarms in Cardiff.
Arrange a FREE consultation for fire alarm systems; call us on 02920 00 44 65. Require any other security systems such as CCTV in Cardiff? We provide quality CCTV systems that will help to add even further security to your property.
Fire Alarm Frequently Asked Questions
In line with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order of 2005, the legislation states that fire alarm systems should be regularly monitored by a competent person and inspected twice a year. Fire alarm systems should be checked by a fully qualified and experienced engineer who has experience and knowledge in maintaining and servicing fire alarm systems.
Fire alarm systems in commercial premises are legally required to be tested weekly which falls under Article 17 of the RRO.
A fire alarm works by detecting particles in the air caused by smoke which causes an alarm, alerting both occupants within a building and an emergency team from a monitoring room or secured location. Two types of detection technologies used are ionisation and photoelectric.
Ultimately, a fire alarm system will be made up of four components that use a network of devices, appliances and control panels that all provide fire safety through:
Modern fire alarm systems have developed considerably over the past 20 years and have a much better lifespan than older systems. However, it is still advised that homeowners should be replacing hard-wired and battery-operated fire alarm systems every 10 years. If a fire alarm system is not responding efficiently when tested before the 10-year mark, replace it immediately.
- Smoke detectors and other fire alarm systems should be located on a ceiling as centrally as possible within a room to offer the most optimal fire detection ability.
- The location of a smoke detector should also be placed 300mm from walls, cupboards, light fittings or any other object in a room that could cause dead air spaces where airflow could be blocked.
- Smoke detector placement should be at least 3m away from every bedroom door within a property to allow audibility.
- You should never install a smoke detector in a bathroom or near a bathroom as the steam and moisture that gets created frequently can tamper with the decor, reducing its reliability.
To find out more about smoke detector placements, contact Cardiff Alarms Systems today.
How many fire alarms you will need will be dependent on whether you want a fire alarm system like smoke detectors for your house, or if you own a business or multiple residential properties where you will need to consider more people and spaces. Property size and layout will be key factors in determining how many fire alarms you will need, but you will require to have at least one smoke detector on each floor of your property.