Fitted Smoke Alarms and carbon monoxide
Smoke Alarms and carbon monoxide
InsTall Chesham, Amersham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas.
You should test your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms regularly to make sure they are working in the event of a fire. We cover Chesham, Amersham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas.
ELECTRIC SAFETY SERVICES WE OFFER
We offer our services to both domestic and commercial customer. Some of which are listed below
Smoke Alarms are important to keep you and your family safe. You should test your smoke alarms regularly to make sure they are working in the event of a fire.
We supply a complete range of fire alarm, fire safety and security services in Chesham, Amersham and Beaconsfield, . Our technicians carry out all types of services from installation to maintenance and commissioning.
Fitted Smoke Alarms
Whatever your smoke alarm needs London Electricians direct can help ensure your smoke detector is fitted to the required safety standards meaning not only will you have peace of mind that you are meeting current legislative requirements but you are safe in the knowledge that your smoke alarm will alert you of a fire in your home or building.
Smoke alarms in Chesham, Amersham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas
Types of Smoke Alarm
There are many types of Smoke Alarm available; they come in 6 different grades of performance in the standard ranges, these grades identify the equipment used for the smoke detector. Grades A, B and C are alarms that include fire detectors, central control equipment (usually battery controlled) and alarm devices. Grades D and E powered by the mains electrical supply and are smoke alarm systems which detect the presence of smoke or CO2, you can also get a Grade F system which is a smoke alarm that is battery powered.
Mains-powered smoke alarms in Chesham, Amersham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas
Mains powered alarms are the most reliable domestic and commercial smoke alarms as they run off your home or buildings main power supply. Once the Smoke alarm is correctly installed you will not have to test the battery regularly, although they do have a battery back up in the event that you have a power cut. These smoke alarms need to be installed by a qualified electrician.
Linked or interconnecting alarms
If you have a large home or need a smoke alarm fitted in a commercial building then a linked or interconnecting alarm is recommended. These are smoke alarms that trigger other alarms to go off in the event of a fire. So when one alarm detects smoke all of the alarms in the property will go off alerting people all over the building that may not have heard the original alarm. These alarms can be linked up to more complicated systems such as triggering water sprays or unlocking electric doors for quick exits.
Mains-powered fire alarm with vibrating pad and strobe lighting
You can get smoke alarms that are fitted with strobe light and vibrating pads, these are ideal for elderly people or people who have hearing difficulties as the alarm alerts you with flashing lights and a vibrating pad placed under your pillow will wake you if you are sleeping.
The most popular battery alarm used in the home is the standard battery alarm which is an ‘ionisation battery alarm’. This is the cheapest smoke alarm available and is quite basic, although does the job. You can also get an ‘optical battery alarm’ which is also quite cheap although a little more expensive than the ‘ionisiation battery alarm’ and both standard alarms run using a 9-volt battery.