When fire strikes, it can have a devastating effect on your business or home. If you have experienced this first hand, you will already know the importance of a reliable fire alarm system. If you are lucky enough not to have experienced a fire before, then it is easy to imagine how catastrophic it could be. It is a well known fact that 8 out of 10 business that suffer a major fire will cease trading within three years.
Of all the investments that a business or homeowner can make to their property, an effective fire alarm is among the most important. We at Taybell offer a range of fire alarms that meet the needs of our customers based in and around Leeds whether it’s for domestic or commercial use.
The loss of your home, or the massive disruption to your business that a fire can cause is reason enough to ensure you are protected. Fire can destroy data, stock and key business assets which can take a long time to replace, and in many cases is simply irreplaceable. Assets, aside how can you protect your family or employees from the dangers of a fire outbreak? An effective fire alarm can mean the difference between life and death for all the occupants of any building.
What is the real cost of fire alarms? In the long term a fire alarm system is one of the best investments you can make with a standard system lasting 15 to 20 years. With a typical system cost of £3000.00 for a business, the actual cost is around 41p per day, tax deductible. Would you pay 41p per day to protect your future?
Conventional fire alarms are the absolute minimum requirement for most regulations. Suitable for small businesses and offices, warehouses and shops.
Twin wire fire alarm systems are exactly like a conventional system, however they allow you to install sounders on the same circuit, saving you the cost and hassle of installing a separate sounder circuit at the same premises.
Addressable fire systems have the added ability to transmit data to the user such as the exact location of a fire. These are suitable for larger businesses, where searching for a fire could be lengthy, such as office blocks, hotels and factories.
Radio (or wireless) fire alarms work in much the same way an addressable system however, like the name suggests, everything works without wires. This makes the system perfect for addresses with a number of buildings, for example a school or business park.
The final important step, once the correct fire alarm is installed, is to decide how to respond to an alarm out of hours. Taybell can provide your fire alarm with a remove monitoring solution.
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