If you would like a smoke alarm to give you peace of mind and extra fire security measures, call Mike Harris today. Each security package is designed to fit the customer’s needs.
Take Your Safety Seriously with a Smoke Alarm Installation
Smoke alarms are an essential safety device for all commerical and residential properties. Mike Harris Fire & Security feature a team of experienced engineers who offer professional smoke alarm installation services, as well as maintenance service to all clients across the UK.
Smoke alarms are a legal requirement. They will alert your household and yourself of fire breakouts and smouldering smoke. The sound provides you with an instant warning to evacuate and alert appropriate authorities.
Our team have experience with both photoelectrical/optical detectors, as well as ionisation detectors. We are also hold knowledgable experience in installing interlinked alarm systems. These devices are even more effective. When one sounds, they all sound. We will install these devices around the home, where required, to increase safety measures. Mike Harris Fire & Security can also assist with cleaning, battery replacement and professional advice.
Life Saving Device
A smoke alarm is a life saving device, and can reduce excessive building damage, injuries, and fatalities. Mike Harris Fire & Security is an expert provider of commercial, industrial and high-rise residential fire protection, inspection, installation, and maintenance and certification services. We offer an extensive range of scheduled testing as well as inspection services.
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Which Smoke Alarm Should I Choose?
Mike Harris Fire & Security can provide all kinds of smoke alarms: heat, ionisation, optical, and interlinked smoke alarms.
The number of smoke alarms to fit in your home depends on your preference and property layout. Interlinked systems are specifically effective as the alarms are linked with one another. They are particularly helpful for larger properties.
For maximum protection you could fit an alarm within any room you prefer (except bathrooms). You should choose the type most suited to the risk in each room. For minimum protection the number of alarms fitted will depend on the type of home you live in.