Fire extinguishers save lives. What’s more, having the appropriate fire extinguishers in your workplace or business can also save you money on insurance premiums, not to mention the intervention they can have should the unthinkable happen.
Our entire fire extinguisher range is fully tested and certified. When you book your free audit with us, a member of our fire safety team will advise you on the types of fire extinguishers that you need in accordance with Irish fire safety regulation and where they should be placed throughout your premises.
Also, as part of your free fire audit, our expert consultants will demonstrate how to use your fire extinguishers in the event of an emergency. We service Dublin, Carlow, Clare, Cork, Galway, Kildare, Kilkenny, Limerick, Longford, Louth, Mayo, Meath, Offaly, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath, Wexford, Wicklow and all Ireland.
We design, supply, install and maintain a full range of fire alarm detecion systems in Ireland, including conventional and addressable fire alarm systems for use in both commercial & domestic premises. Our qualified fire alarm installers will design the appropriate fire alarm system to meet your specific company's requirements.
During your fire safety audit, a member of our expert team will identify all of the fire appartus that you are required to have in place by law, and make recommendations, if necessary, to install additional equipment for your peace of mind.
All of our audits are tailored specifically to your needs and legal obligations – we will not install extra equipment unless we deem it essential.
If you are a business owner, you are responsible for the safety of all persons who are lawfully on your premises. It is, therefore, your duty to carry out fire safety assessments and audits on a regular basis to ensure that all possible risks and hazards are identified and fire safety equipment is available.
For all premises, including private homes, a fire escape plan should be in place and reinforced through regular drills.
Should a fire emergency occur at your home or business, you should always call the emergency services first. If it is safe to do so, and only when fire safety equipment is within easy reach and does not inhibit your chances of escape, should you take measures to fight a fire.For more fire safety tip, click here.
With over 20 years experience, we have become one of the most knowledgeable and accredited suppliers of fire alarms & fire safety equipment in Ireland.
Our fully qualified team of fire safety consultants advise large organisations, SMEs, and homeowners of their fire safety requirements and deliver only the necessary equipment to help keep you, your staff, customers and family safe and secure.
With an impeccable safety record, we are trusted by thousands of customers each year to provide fully functional fire alarms & safety equipment for the early detection and elimination of the risk of fire.