Protect your home and family with the installation of a smoke alarm. Do not leave it
Answer: – Both of them detect smoke and fire but there is a difference between the two. A smoke alarm is normally installed in domestic properties and consists of a stand alone unit which is normally interlinked between each other. A fire alarm has smoke detection units and a control panel which identifies where the fire is in a particular zone.
We can help you with this and it will depend on your individual requirements. But as a general rule domestic properties with three floors should have a interlinked smoke alarm installed. HMO properties can have the same but will depend on the local authority. Commercial premises ideally need to have a fire alarm installed.
Unfortunately it is not a one price that fits all. Many factors have to be taken into consideration. Get in touch with us to arrange a free quotation.