Fire Alarms

Fire Detection LondonFor our own peace of mind, every building, no matter its intended use, should be fitted with a professional fire detection system. If we want to protect both the lives of people living or working within a property, as well as our building contents and belongings, then we should ensure we have adequate protection in place.

DRAM Fire & Security are specialist fire detection system installers, and we can assess your protection needs, supply and professionally install wired or wireless systems to suit your requirements. We offer our comprehensive service to both commercial and residential properties across London.

No matter whether you are looking for a large networked intelligent system, or a more conventional set up, once we have inspected your property to assess your needs, we can advise you on the best system to choose, as well as supply, install and maintain all equipment for you. Not only will our expert team find you your best fire detection safety solution, we will also save you money through sourcing all the necessary hardware needed at cost-effective prices only available to our company.

It does not matter how simple or comprehensive your fire safety needs, we will have the perfect solution for you. Here are just some of the ways we can help you secure your peace of mind:

Conventional Fire Alarms

Ideal for domestic use as well as small retail or business units. DRAM Fire & Security can offer you a cost-effective solution that serves as an early warning system to an emergency, and alerts residents or staff quickly for a smooth evacuation.

Fire detectors can be located at specific points throughout a home, an office block, a warehouse building or industrial unit. Once a fire detector is activated, the alarm sounds, and the main detector control panel will indicated where the fire is located enabling your local emergency services to quickly isolate and contain the fire before it is allowed to spread to other areas of the building.

Addressable Fire Alarm Systems

In some circumstances, you may be in need of something a bit more technical than a traditional fire alarm set up. Especially if you have a multi-use building where you may have many organizations using different parts of the building, at varying days or times of the week. Rather than have one single alarm system that covers the whole building, we can design and install a specialist system to cater for multiple occupancy.

Wireless Fire Alarm Systems

DRAM Fire & Security understand that not every business or home will need the exact same fire safety system in place. We also know that having a hard wired fire alarm system is not easy, possible or desirable in some buildings.

This is why we also offer state of the art, modern wireless systems that provide automatic smoke and fire detection services without the need for intrusive and unattractive wiring to be installed.

The cutting edge technology of our wireless systems will quickly and effectively detect smoke, fire and heat build-up within a building, alerting its occupants to the danger, trigger off sprinkler systems and automatic fire doors, as well as notifying the emergency services of the incident.

Our team of highly-skilled fire safety engineers will install a system that is perfectly tailored to your needs, regardless of how small or large the job. We are specialist installers of many large-scale and detailed systems across all sectors, business, industrial and domestic, including schools, hospitals and care homes.

No matter what your fire safety security needs, contact our friendly customer service team today and let us help you find your perfect system.

Monitored Systems

Having the right fire alarm system in place is your 1st priority, but great consideration should be given to the response of an alarm out of working hours. For a small fee we can connect your fire alarm system to the renowned Dualcom networking or digital communicators, this will ensure that the Fire Brigade or a 3rd party is contacted at all times helping prevent a catastrophe happening when your building is empty or confusion is caused during a fire.