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Arcadia has been using Excel for many years and would happily recommend them to other building developers. Their response to calls is immediate and there is always an experienced engineer available to us either on the phone or on site.
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When we instruct Excel to install an alarm we do so in the knowledge that it will be completed when they say it will be and without any faults. It is a complete, hassle free alarm package which we are happy to recommend.
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Fire Alarm Systems

Excel specialise in fire alarm systems for both commercial and residential properties.

Our fire alarm systems are installed and maintained to British Standard (BS5839). We also install emergency lighting, British Standard (BS5266).

The fire alarm systems we install vary from one property to another. We can install a range of fire alarm systems to suit your individual or business requirements from basic property protection to more complex fire alarm systems monitored remotely.

Although it is not enforced by law to have a fire alarm system in a private residential property, we strongly advise that you protect your home and family with a fire alarm system. It may be the case that your insurance company insist that a fire alarm system is installed. It is however the law that businesses with more than five employees do provide fire alarm systems (see below).

Please click on one of the links below for more about our fire alarm systems.

Did you know?... If your business has more than five employees, it is the responsibility of the owner to provide fire alarms by law.

The business should appoint a single, named responsible person to supervise all matters pertaining to the fire alarm system. The role of the responsible person should be to ensure that the fire alarm system is tested and maintained in accordance with the recommendations of this part of BS 5839, that appropriate records are kept and that relevant occupants in the protected area are aware of their roles and responsibilities in connection with the fire alarm system.

It should also be the duty of the responsible person to ensure that necessary steps are taken to avoid situations that are detrimental to the standard of protection afforded by the fire alarm system and to ensure that the level of false alarms is minimized.

For further advice on fire alarm systems or to arrange a visit and free quotation please contact us on 01420 549955 or send an enquiry online. We will be happy to discuss any specific fire alarm systems requirements in more detail.