Phoenix Electrical Installations Ltd design and install domestic fire alarm systems to suit your requirements. Since 2020 it has been the law for appropriate interlinked smoke detectors to be fitted by landlords in rented properties. Carbon monoxide detectors must be fitted in rented properties with solid fuel burning appliances (i.e. open fires). We design, install and commission domestic fire alarm systems to suit your requirements. These include heat/smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors, which can be either mains powered complete with battery back up in case of power failure or wireless interlinked with radio bases, which saves the need for running wires. These are then tested and we provide our clients with domestic fire alarm detection certification. We can interlink these smoke, heat and carbon monoxide detectors to an addressable fire alarm system to common areas if required and they can also be part of a smart home installation, for example a Nest system.
The need for an appropriate fire alarm system to be in place is required by law and it is your responsibility to ensure that the system installed is fit for purpose. We are able to design, install, commission, verify and certificate your fire alarm system. There are several different types of fire alarm system depending on your requirements.
We also off a full fire alarm maintenance and service to ensure your system is fully operational and compliant at all times and to pick up any problems before they occur. We offer
We provide ECA/NICEIC fire alarm certification.
We design and install various systems including:
We are able to install Smoke Vent Systems, here at Phoenix we can source, design, install, test and certificate and maintain your Smoke Vent Systems. We can interlink them with all fire alarm systems.
Smoke and Heat Ventilation Systems are natural or powered systems to remove smoke from commercial buildings and multi-occupancy buildings. There is a requirement by law to keep escape routes clear and free from smoke to enable both occupants to escape and to allow fire brigade access.
Smoke and Heat Exhaust Systems comprise of 3 main components:
Natural Smoke Ventilation uses the natural buoyancy of the hot gases to drive smoke flow through the ventilators.
Powered Smoke Ventilators relies on mechanical extraction through fans.
Emergency lighting can save lives by allowing people to find a safe exit out of a building when lighting has failed, such as in the event of a fire or a power cut. There are many types of emergency lighting available to suit a variety of premises. You can choose from designs which meet aesthetical requirements as well as being fully compliant with current regulations.
The battery in the light fitting needs to power the light for a minimum of 3 hours, and has reduced light output in order to conserve power.
There are several types of emergency lights available including:
We offer a full fire system and emergency lighting testing and maintenace service. We carry out testing at the required intervals, undertake annual servicing and inspections and provide certification. We also offer a full reactive maintenance service for your fire protection systems, covering fault finding, repair and recommissioning of the system.