Alarms are an important part of any security system as they are designed to detect certain safety hazards. Depending on the type of alarm, they can detect and warn you of a variety of threats to the business, including burglars and fires.
Alarms are essential in a commercial environment or in your home, as they are not only protecting the property, they are also protecting the people inside the building.
Some fire alarms are multi-purpose, and can also detect carbon monoxide. It’s not essential to have a carbon monoxide alarm, but it is very useful to have one in case of a carbon monoxide leak to allow all individuals within the property to evacuate safely and be less exposed to it.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Often Should An Alarm Be Serviced?
Alarms should be serviced at least once a year to ensure that they function correctly and are effective. Fire alarms should be serviced every 6 months, as recommended by the government.
How Often Should I Test The Alarms?
In a commercial environment, alarms should be tested weekly by the appointed safety officer. This includes practicing drills associated with the alarms, and also doing a brief inspection of the alarms to look for any faults, and to make sure the batteries do not need replacing.
You can see below a part of our intruder alarm range.
AJAX Intruder Alarm Kit (White)
AJAX Intruder Alarm Kit (Black)
Pyronix Intruder Alarm Kit
Texecom Intruder Alarm Kit
Area We Cover
We cover a large range of areas across North Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, providing a premium service to all projects we complete.
- Leeds City Center
- Nidd Valley
- Lower Nidderdale
- Lower Wharfedale
- Bishop Monkton
- Dringhouses Woodthorpe
- Fulford & Heslington
- Haxby & Wigginton
- Rural West York
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