Have you considered Fire Alarm Monitoring?
According to government statistics, 67% of major fires occur when buildings are unoccupied. Connecting your fire alarm to a monitoring centre will ensure a prompt response from the Fire and Rescue Service whatever the time of day, saving valuable time, and minimising potential loss.
There are over 350 fires in the workplace every day, 67% of all major fires occur when the premises are unoccupied. Over 70% of businesses involved in a major fire either do not reopen, or fail within 3 years of fire.

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When a Fire detection alarm system identifies a fire, the fire alarm panel will operate the fire sounders, however, without attaching monitoring to the system – it will never alert the fire brigade. This has serious implications should you experience a fire whilst your premises are unoccupied.

Our monitoring utilises DualCom

When saving lives and property, every second counts…
With 67% of fires occurring when premises are vacant, DualCom provides the ability to get an alert to the relevant emergency service without delay, no matter if the building is occupied or not. The quick reliable dispatch of an alarm and arrival of the emergency services is critical when a fire occurs.

On activation of the Fire Control panel, the fire alarm will alert the Alarm Receiving Centre which is monitored 24 hours per day.