Smoke Alarms
Smoke, fire & CO detectors

Comprehensive protection for your home

Serving London, Kingston and Surrey areas

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that you can’t see, smell or taste. Exposure to the gas can cause long-term damage or be fatal. Every year 40 people die from carbon monoxide in the UK, and 200 people are hospitalised.

We provide advanced smoke, fire, and carbon monoxide (CO) detection installation services to ensure the utmost safety of your property and its occupants. Our team of expert technicians specialises in the installation, maintenance, and monitoring of comprehensive detection systems that offer early warning and prompt response to potential threats. With our reliable and integrated solutions, you can have peace of mind knowing that your property is protected against the dangers of smoke, fire, and Carbon Monoxide gas.

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What to do if you detect possible carbon monoxide

When the alarm sounds, do not ignore it or assume it’s a false alarm. Treat it as a serious emergency and take immediate action to protect yourself and others.

We provide following detectors installation services


Smart Integrated detection systems

Our skilled engineers work with industry leading integrated detection systems that combine smoke, fire, and CO detectors into a single comprehensive solution. These interconnected systems are designed to work together, providing synchronised alerts and enabling swift response to potential emergencies.


Installation and configuration

Our electricians are skilled in the proper installation and configuration of smoke, fire, and CO detectors. We assess your property and identify the optimal locations for installing detectors based on the layout, occupancy, and specific hazards. We ensure that the detectors are correctly positioned, calibrated, and interconnected for seamless operation.


Regular maintenance and testing

Proper maintenance and testing are essential for ensuring the reliability and accuracy of your detection systems. Our engineers can perform regular maintenance, including battery replacements, sensor testing, and system inspections, to ensure that your detectors are in optimal working condition at all times.

Smoke, fire & Carbon Monoxide alarm FAQs

To maintain optimal functionality, it is recommended to replace

  • Smoke alarms every 10 years
  • Fire alarms every 10 years
  • Carbon monoxide alarms every 5-7 years.

Regularly replacing the alarms ensures they remain effective and reliable.

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Testing your alarms once a month is recommended. Regular testing ensures that the alarms are functioning correctly and alerts you to any potential issues promptly.

Yes, there are primarily two types of smoke alarms: ionisation and photoelectric. Ionisation alarms are more responsive to flaming fires, while photoelectric alarms are better at detecting smouldering fires. For maximum protection, it's best to have a combination of both types or use dual-sensor alarms.

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The cost of installation services can vary based on the number of alarms you need, the type of alarms, the complexity of the installation, and the location of your home. We provide personalised quotes tailored to your specific requirements.

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Smoke and fire alarms should be installed on every level of your home, including inside each bedroom and outside sleeping areas. CO alarms should be placed near sleeping areas and close to any fuel-burning appliances. Proper placement is crucial for early detection and prompt alerting.

Yes, we stand behind the quality of our workmanship. We provide a 12 month guarantee for all installations, promising you a peace of mind and confidence in our services.

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