Fire Alarm Design & Installation Yorkshire

Fire Alarm Installation Yorkshire

Professional and Efficient Fire Alarm Installation in Yorkshire

Here at Optical Fire and Security Ltd, we provide a professional and reliable fire safety alarm installation service in Yorkshire. We design and install a large variety of fire alarm systems in both domestic and commercial premises across Yorkshire and beyond.

Comprehensive and flexible fire alarm services

Whether you prefer a wired, wireless, conventional or an addressable fire alarm we can help! At Optical Fire and Security Ltd, we work with all kinds of systems and budgets in Yorkshire and surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on the quality of work that we offer as well as the skills and friendliness of your team. We are able to offer an end-to-end service and you can count on us to manage the entire design, testing and installation of your fire alarm system. 

We will work closely with you throughout the duration of the project, we’ll attend the site, and design a tailor-made alarm system that will meet your specific needs as well as premises. Our fire alarm experts are flexible to work around your busy work schedule and if you need us to carry out the work outside of working hours, that is not a problem, we are happy to accommodate your requirements.

Experienced and professional workmanship

We take our customers’ safety seriously, that’s why we don’t only install top-quality fire alarms but also provide high standard maintenance to make sure that the systems are running at optimum levels at all times. Our dedicated team of experts have extensive product knowledge and experience in the industry, as well as a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations that concern general fire safety, so you can rest assured that with Optical Fire and Safety Ltd, in Yorkshire, you are in safe hands!

Contact the fire alarm installation experts at Optical Fire and Security Ltd of Yorkshire, today!

If you are based in Yorkshire or the surrounding areas and you are looking for efficient, safe and professional fire alarm installation services, look no further than Optical Fire and Security Ltd! Get in touch with us today at and we will be happy to discuss your requirements and schedule a property survey at your convenience.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that we receive from our customers. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to answer your queries.

How much does it cost to install a fire alarm system?

There’s no single answer to this question because of the number of variables involved. 

The cost will fluctuate depending on the size of the building in question, its purpose and risk-level, and the grade of fire alarm system.

Also taken into consideration are the individual components needed to facilitate an effective evacuation strategy based on the property’s layout. 

Whether the system needs to be wired or is a wireless battery setup, is also a factor along with the construction time. 

To scope out these variables, and figure out which system you’ll need, your place of work will need to undergo a Fire Risk Assessment carried out by someone with the appropriate training to make judgements about fire prevention strategies.

As a result, the overall cost depends on the nature of your business space, ranging from a four-figure sum through to six.

Some places that offer installation may not have prices listed.

In those cases, you’ll need to ask the alarm system provider directly what you can expect to pay.

Can an electrician install a fire alarm system?

In the UK, regulations dictate who can install a fire alarm system, stating work must be completed by a competent person that has the relevant training, experience and capability. 

This means a single electrician, or a team of them, can fit a fire alarm providing they have the appropriate level of skill.

The best way to guarantee the quality of a commissioned fire alarm installer is to check they possess third-party certification confirming they have the relevant knowledge and expertise.

That includes an understanding of different fire alarm system types and how they work.

They’ll also need to be familiar with the manufacturers, models and grades so they can identify which best suits your individual business needs.

On the theory side, they should also be familiar with the main corresponding legislation – British Standard BS 5839 – and any other related regulations if the work is undertaken in devolved parts of the UK such as Scotland or Wales. 

If wiring is required, more likely with newer installations, they also need to comply with British Standard BS 7671.

Do fire alarms need to be hard-wired?

In every new property built since 1992, building regulations insist at least one smoke detector is wired into the mains. 

Hard-wired alarms used to be more expensive to maintain because the average homeowner didn’t possess the knowhow to replace them when required.

That means a regular call out for electricians, but now products are more straightforward to look after.