18 months ago, Dave’s company moved into a new office building. He had everything checked and updated according to fire safety regulations. He’s relieved to have that load off his mind. Everyone is safe and protected, and he’s pretty sure that he’s still complying with the law a year and a half down the line.
Fire alarms provide a vital and life-saving service. It can be a big decision choosing the right one for your building. What is the most cost effective option? Which system will give the best performance over time? Which system will suit the premises best? These are just some of the questions that you might come across.
Fires are destructive in nature; any business or property owner will want to do whatever they can to prevent and protect against fire. But where do you start when it comes to fire protection? In today’s blog we’re going to outline the three main components to reducing the risk and the spread of fire: fire
Argos Fire have sucessfully installed a hybrid radio fire alarm system in a well-known historic building in Dawlish, Devon. The brief was to install a complete new fire alarm system to BS5839-1 category L2. The building has some areas of historic interest where the installation of cabling would not be appropriate. For this reason a radio