Smoke Alarm Installation
Smoke Alarm Installer In Glasgow
There are two main reasons why people call us to install or upgrade their smoke alarm system. The first is safety and peace of mind. If you have moved into a new home, have a family or are anxious about fire safety, having an up to date and fully functioning smoke alarm system in place is a must. The second reason is that under the current law, landlords/owners are required to make sure that the property they are letting out complies with current regulations – all smoke detectors we fit, comply with current BS5839:part 6 regulations.
In both cases, HES can meet your needs. Our electricians are NICEIC approved and have over 20 years of experience installing smoke alarms, heat and carbon monoxide sensors in the Glasgow area. If you are unsure exactly what service you need… just contact us and we will advise you on how we can make your property safe.
When it comes to protecting your family, tenants & your home, you cannot afford to take chances with the threat of fire. Since the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy, people are now more aware of the importance of an early warning to give people more time to escape. Having good smoke, heat & carbon monoxide detectors in your home can literally be the difference between life & death.
We are both AICO Expert Installers & NICEIC Approved Contractors, and have been installing fire, smoke & carbon monoxide alarms for years. Traditionally, we’ve installed alarms for homeowners & landlords, simply because they want to provide protection for their families & homes (and landlords need to do this by law).
What service we do:
Interlinking alarm fitting
smoke alarms fitted
heat detectors heat alarms
installation repairs and maintenance
fire alarm systems
alarm installation for homes
Smoke alarms – new regulations in Scotland
Changes to Scottish fire safety regulations require all homeowners to install compliant smoke, heat and carbon monoxide alarms in their homes by Feb 2021.
battery alarms are a thing of the past
Find out what you need to know about the new smoke alarms regulations in Scotland.