At Leinster Fire Safety, we will assist you with your Fire Alarms system requirements for compliance to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work acts as well as the Fire Services Acts in relation to your fire alarm system. We install, commission, service and maintain addressable and conventional fire Alarms to comply with the latest I.S. 3218-2013 Irish Standards for fire detection and alarm systems.
Our team of fire alarm technicians commission, service and maintain fire alarms in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath and all of Leinster. We plan all of our customer site visits in advance with our clients to ensure service visits take place at a time that is most convenient for our customers.
Our service contract customers have full access to our 24 Hour Fire Alarms emergency on call service. Any time of the day or night whether you are in Dublin, Meath Wicklow, Kildare or any county in Ireland, as a service contract customer, you can call one of our fire alarms service technicians who will help you through any fire alarm issues. If the issues are not resolved over the phone our technician will make arrangements to call to your premises.
Fire Alarm Systems:
We also maintain fire alarm systems product specific competency through a combination of regular training from fire alarms control panel manufacturers like Morley, Advanced, Menvier, Kentec and C-tec, and also detector manufacturers such as Apollo, Hochiki and Hyfire.
Our team of qualified electricians can carry out any alterations to your fire alarms system as required for compliance to the fire detection and alarm systems standards.
Leinster Fire Safety is a member of the Fire engineering Systems Association (FESA) and are also Registered with the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) in Ireland. Our Managing Director has achieved the Graduate Engineer level qualification with the IFE.
Through our membership of the IFE and FESA and by attending continuous professional development events our technicians keep up to date with the latest developments and changes in the fire safety standards including I.S.3218-2013.