Commercial Fire Alarms

Fire Alarm Systems

Types of Fire Alarm Systems available

We supply & Install a wide range of systems;

Simple 4 zone  Conventional fire alarm systems for Small Office or Commercial Premises

  • Fully addressable digital systems for larger, more complex buildings such as Apartment Blocks, Schools, Residential Care Homes and Creches
  • Wireless fire alarm systems ideal for Listed Buildings or Retro Fit with minimum disruption
  • Hybrid Wired & Wireless systems for a cost effective solution for older buildings.
  • Commercial or residential fire alarms
Morley Fire Panel

Crothers offer a complete solution to fire safety.

All systems are fitted in compliance with I.S.3218:2013

Brands Supplied and serviced

Apollo
C-Tec
Gent
Morely
Siemens
Ziton

We specialise in

Schools
Healthcare
Childcare
Apartment Blocks
Retail

With one company looking after all of your fire needs, we can work with you to ensure a risk assessment led process to provide you with optimum fire safety, with no gaps or overlaps.

Crothers take life safety systems very seriously and so should you.

If you are thinking about upgrading, fitting, or getting your Fire Alarm System Serviced,
it might be time to evaluate your over-all Fire Safety.

Things to consider
  • There is a fundamental difference between how an intruder alarm and fire alarm is used;
  • The intruder alarm set and unset every day and therefore is looked at, given attention and if a fault shows, it is noticed and dealt with. The fire alarm is passive and generally unseen. It is not set and unset and if a fault occurs it can be ignored, or silenced and left.
  • Therefore it is vital that there is a person with responsibility for the condition of the fire alarm.
  • The Irish Fire Standard ; I.S.3218:2013 deals with this and specifies that a “responsible person” is appointed.
  • The “responsible person” is charged with daily attention, i.e looking at the panel to note any faults, weekly attention; testing the sounders and warning devices and also ensuring the system is maintained by a qualified person, generally quarterly.

See FIRE SAFETY IN AN APARTMENT and FIRE SAFETY IN THE SCHOOL for further information or contact us now for a FREE CONSULTATION and further advice.

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