Our One-stop Service
One stop service; The complete compliance solution
Grenville Fire Protection offer a one stop service for all your legally required compliance testing, why use several companies when we can do it all?
We guarantee this will save you time and money.
Annual fire extinguisher inspection
We offer a full-service package to ensure that your fire extinguishers remain in full working order and are legally compliant. We can also deliver training so that your staff know how to use them when the situation arises. we provide our customers with a comprehensive range of fire extinguishers to purchase, Applicable for both commercial and private properties, our fire extinguishers can be easily installed and provide safety at the highest standard.
Emergency lighting is one of the most important systems to put in place to protect your people and your business. Its primary purpose is to illuminate escape routes, but it is also used to light up signs and other safety equipment.
Keeping your customers and staff safe is a high priority, so in an emergency, we make sure that you have an emergency lighting system that will not fail. Our technicians can install and maintain systems to the highest standards and ensure that they are always in perfect condition.
Fire alarms are required in most buildings, in accordance with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and the Fire Risk Assessment.
We offer a full Design, Installation and maintenance service carried out on all grades and categories, including conventional and addressable fire alarm systems
NICEIC/EICR fixed wire
Commercial, residential and Landlords certificates, Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 employers are responsible for employees’ health and safety in the workplace. To this end, businesses should have an EICR carried out on their properties at least every five years. Companies that fail to protect workers from electrical shocks and burns are regularly prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive.
The frequency of portable appliance testing is determined by several factors. This includes the type of equipment and its classification, the frequency it is used and/or moved and the environment in which it is operating. Our PAT Testing Engineers will specify your exact requirements. We use the IET Code of Practice for In-service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment 4th Edition guidelines to help determine this.