fire and emergency
If you own or operate business or commercial residential buildings then you have a duty of care and responsibility to all employees, residents and members of the public. Our fire detection and emergency lighting services ensure that you achieve the highest levels of protection and safety.
• High quality fire detection and emergency lighting systems
• Tailored solutions to meet precise needs
• Compliance with all legislation and industry standards
• Proven installation and maintenance service
flexible fire detection
Interphone uses both conventional wired or wireless fire detection solutions to ensure we have access to the right equipment for your precise building needs. Typically, our advanced wired system is most suited new build and retrofit multi dwelling units (MDUs) that require a Grade A system for compliance purposes in a cost effective manner. Meanwhile, our comprehensive wireless fire detection system is ideal for prestigious buildings, or simply where cabling is not possible, for a less disruptive and aesthetically pleasing solution.
effective emergency lighting
Whatever the required application and specification, Interphone can create and maintain the most appropriate emergency lighting installation to ensure that in the event of an emergency, escape from the building is not hindered by any the lack of electrical lighting.
Whether you need simple, but highly effective, lighting for stairwells and corridors, open plan anti-panic areas for larger scale offices or specialist solutions for high risk areas where employees may need to safely negotiate machinery, we have the solution for you.
All our fire detection and emergency lighting solutions are designed, installed and maintained to meet all necessary legal and industry regulations. Legislation such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and British Standards (BS5266 as amended) require building operators to conform to very specific requirements, so we can help you meet these demands.
Our maintenance service is operated in strict accordance with BS5839: Part 1: 2002, which requires all fire detection systems to be protected by an eight-hour maximum engineer call out and undergo a quarterly inspection. Meanwhile, we can also provide a free log book to ensure you comply with other fire safety procedures.