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HMO Fire Alarm

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Houses in Multiple Occupation.

 

A House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is a property that is shared by three or more tenants who are not members of the same family. HMO landlords must have a licence from the Local Council Housing Department. This ensures that the property is managed properly and meets certain safety standards. The licence will be valid for up to three years, and will then have to be renewed.

 

Fire Alarms are required in houses occupied by more than 2 qualifying persons. The consequences of a fire in an HMO are unthinkable. You need a sophisticated fire alarm system… but one that is designed to your specific building that complies with the requirements of the British Standards and one that does not over stretch your budget.

 

Installation.

 

FIREPOINT-UK Ltd. have been designing, installing and commissioning fire alarm systems for HMOs for the last sixteen years and have the expertise to design a system that meets all the standards required and issue the certificates required by the local fire authority and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

 

Book a free, no-obligation site survey now, to find out which HMO fire alarm system is right for you. Your system will be designed to meet BS Standards, while minimising costly false alarms.

 

Maintaining.

 

Fire alarm systems are required to have a service agreement in place to indicate that they are being maintained and tested by a competent fire alarm company. Firepoint-UK Ltd are a local company and we believe in competetive rates and a second to none customer relationship. Firepoint`s rates testing and certificating an HMO fire alarm system start at £160.00 per year. This consists of two attendances to the property at six month intervals, the system will be tested to ensure the detectioors respond to smoke or heat as required and that each break glass point operates. Other tests are carried out to the panel and batteries and the system is then issued a certificate to indicate that the system complies with the regulations.

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