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What you need to know about domestic fire alarm installation


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What you need to know about domestic fire alarm installation

What you need to know about domestic fire alarm installation

When it comes to installing a domestic fire alarm system, it’s always best to have some expert help on hand.

Luckily for you, at Link Alarms, we’ve been keeping our family and yours secure since 1979. So we’d like to think we know a thing or two about domestic fire alarm installation.

In our latest blog, we’ll run through all you need to know about a domestic fire installation from one of the North West’s premier security companies, Link Alarms!

What happens during a domestic fire installation from Link Alarms? –

At Link Alarms, we can offer both wireless and wired domestic fire alarms. Our fire panels are industry-leading and have the option to be connected to our receiving centre. These panels will notify you and the relevant authorities at the earliest opportunity should a fire occur at your property.

We employ ex fire service members who can offer a comprehensive site survey with expert advice on what domestic fire system best suits your property and needs.

All of our systems benefit from incorporating the rate of rise, optical, heat, manual and beam sensors to give you total fire protection.

A member of our install team will visit your property, follow all the latest COVID-19 guidelines, and install your new domestic fire alarm. Once complete, they will give you some basic training on working your alarm and what to look out for in an emergency.

Please feel free to ask as many questions as you wish. Our team are there to help and will only mark a job as complete when you think your safety needs have been addressed fully.

At Link Alarms, our commitment to safety is unwavering. We guarantee to protect and monitor your home 24/7, 365 days a year, with our unrivalled domestic fire solutions.

Call 0151 423 5154 or book a free fire assessment here.

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