We specialise in the design of bespoke, commercial fire alarm systems; installing them into businesses and warehouses across Peterborough and surrounding areas. Our engineers can generate a design concept for your fire alarm system, ensuring you receive the best solution to suit the size and circumstances of your business. It is a health and safety legal requirement to have a fully functional and professionally installed fire alarm system in your workplace to protect employees and visitors.
The design of your fire alarm system will be unique to your industry, ensuring we generate a design that fits the substructure of your building, allowing for optimum fire safety, 24 hours a day. Peterborough Fire Services exist to build a fire alarm solution that is designed to work effectively in all kinds of environments, from big to small businesses. We work with the best quality equipment, providing precise fire alarm systems for the commercial and industrial sector. All of our fire alarm system designs consider your individual specifications. The concept for your fire system will be delivered to you in a timely and professional manner.
We incorporate fire alarms, smoke detectors and control panels throughout your building, coming up with a design that ensures you meet legal requirements and conveniences your day-to-day operations. Whether you’re looking for a temporary fire alarm system or a complete fire alarm system we can offer a design process for either. We want to make sure our customers receive the best customer service, from the initial enquiry through to the installation process.
If you are looking to have a fire alarm system designed for your business or warehouse, speak with our engineers today to see how we can help you:
This guide provides a basic overview of anyone involved in the design or installation of a fire detection system. It will identify the current legislative requirements as well as clarify the responsibilities placed on the three key roles involved with the provision of a new system. Namely the Designer, Installer and Commissioning Engineer, as well as remind the End User or Owner/Occupier what part they play in ensuring that the best possible system is supplied to protect life and property from fire.
It is important that everyone involved is conversant with the current British Standard Codes of Practice BS 5839-1:2013 for general buildings and BS 5839-6:2004 for dwellings including those of multiple occupancies. The Installer should also be conversant with the British Standard relating to general wiring BS 7671.
- Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005*
- Disability Discrimination Act 1995 part III (October 2004)
- Building Regulation Approved Document B
- Building Regulation Approved Document M