Industry Experience
40 Years

Some of our products

  • Fire Extinguishers

    All of our fire extinguishers carry the British Standards Institution Kitemark label, which was devised in 1903.

  • Fire Alarms

    We can supply and install a wide range of fire alarm systems, appropriate for domestic and commercial settings.

  • Fire Blankets

    We are pleased to be able to supply fire blankets for a wide range of scenarios and recommend them for all environments.

  • Signage

    It is essential that those in charge of a property have not only a plan to escape but one which is clearly marked.

  • Emergency Lighting

    We supply and install LED lighting, which are low energy, highly efficient and have a long life, typically 10 years.

  • Smoke Detectors

    Smoke detectors are an essential early warning sign of a fire and will increase the chances of escaping the building.

Proud Member of
The British Fire Consortium

Launched in 1983 at the British Safety Awards Exhibition, The British Fire Consortium was established to provide customers easy access to expert fire safety training, consultation and equipment suppliers across the UK, while improving the business interests and communications of all the members.
Now with over two hundred member companies and still growing, the Consortium has the ability to provide individual and national customers throughout the United Kingdom with all aspects of fire protection supply and service. As one of the largest groups of fire consultants, manufacturers and service companies, the Consortium offers unrivalled expertise, quality and competitive supply in every field of Fire Protection.

Why Us? Our Certification
The British Fire Consortium

4 Steps To Your Safety

  1. Consultancy

    After receiving your initial enquiry our consultant will contact you to make a convenient appointment to discuss your requirements. Free advice will be given along with a competitive quotation for any works and equipment that may be required.
  2. Risk Assessment

    In England and Wales, if you’re an employer, owner, landlord or occupier of business or other non- domestic premises, you’re responsible for fire safety and are known as the ‘responsible person’. As the responsible person, there are certain things you must do by law under the Fire Safety Order, which is enforced by your local Fire and Rescue authority... read more
  3. Installation

    Once an installation has been completed and tested to the relevant British standard, an installation and commission certificate will be produced, along with a complete fire alarm log book and zonal chart of the system plus a demonstration on how to operate the equipment installed.
  4. Training

    A1 Fire Protection Ltd understands that running a business and trying to comply with legislation at the same time can be a difficult task but we can provide regular and bespoke courses to meet the needs of your organisation.. read more

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A1 Fire Protection offers

  • We can advise on, supply and install a wide range of fire extinguishers, which all carry the British Standards Institution Kitemark label, devised in 1903 and used on equipment where safety is paramount.

    It pays to make the right decision according to your environment, because different types of fire extinguishers are suitable for different situations and materials.

    Water fire extinguishers can be used on burning paper, wood and plastics. If you are likely to need to put out fires containing flammable liquids, such as paraffin, petrol or oil, perhaps in a workshop, garage or factory, you will need a foam fire extinguisher, which will also put out fires involving paper, wood and plastics, as above.

    Foam extinguishers are therefore more versatile – and more expensive - than water extinguishers, but still not recommended for electrical apparatus.

  • We can supply and install a wide range of fire alarm systems, appropriate for domestic and commercial settings.

    We can supply all you need, from detection equipment to control panels and electronic sounders and bells to wiring and batteries.

    We work closely with Haes Systems who have offered simple, reliable and affordable fire alarm systems for more than 40 years and who are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers.

  • With our motto ‘To protect life and property’ in mind, we are pleased to be able to supply fire blankets for a wide range of scenarios.

    People often think of non-flammable fire blankets as something that will smother flames on property, to stop a small fire. These consist of a fire retardant material which smothers the fire, cutting out its oxygen supply.

    However, there are also larger fire blankets which can be easily pulled out and wrapped around someone whose clothes are on fire, perhaps in a laboratory or industrial setting. These are often made of wool and sometimes treated with a flame retardant fluid.

    Fire blankets are a key part of a fire protection package that we would recommend for domestic and residential settings, as well as commercial or industrial environments.

  • When confronted with a fire, it is essential that those in charge of a property have not only a plan to escape but one which is clearly marked.

    As part of your enquiry about fire safety at your school, workplace, residential or commercial building, we will talk you through all the types of signage you will need.

    This will include a sign to highlight where the alarm or equipment is and how to use them, other signage to show how to reach the fire exit and another to mark the designated fire assembly point, so that everyone in the building can be accounted for within the building’s emergency planning routine.

    We will work closely with you on this important aspect of your fire safety policy, using our experience to ensure that your signage meetings current legislation.

  • When fire breaks out, it is a legal requirement in non-domestic buildings to have emergency lighting, under the Regulatory reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, as a guide to emergency routes and exits.

    Non-domestic buildings must be safe at all times, even in the event of the main power supply failing, making emergency back-up lighting essential.

    For this requirement, we supply and install LED lighting, which are low energy, highly efficient and have a long life, typically 10 years, making them more environmentally sound than alternatives. They also come on instantly, which is vital in an emergency situation.

    These will need checking regularly, which we would do as part of a maintenance contract.

  • Detecting a fire in its early stages is a vital aspect of not only staying safe but of minimising damage to property. Smoke detectors are an essential early warning sign of a fire and will increase the chances of escaping the building.

    For this vital aspect of fire safety, we supply and install smoke detectors from Apollo.

    Using these manufacturers, you can be assured of the finest quality.

    Established in 1980, it is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of smoke detectors, modules and notification devices and acquired Royal Appointment status in the UK by Her Majesty the Queen for services to royal households. Devices can also be found in places such as The Kremlin, in Moscow..

  • Buildings are compartmentalised to delay the spread of fire from one area to another. These compartments are usually linked by fire doors to allow the flow of traffic around the building. Fire doors have two important functions in a fire; when closed they form a barrier to stop the spread of fire and when opened they provide a means of escape.

    A well designed timber fire door will delay the spread of fire and smoke without causing too much hindrance to the movement of people and goods.

    Every fire door is therefore required to act as a barrier to the passage of smoke and/or fire to varying degrees depending upon its location in a building and the fire hazards associated with that building.

    A fire door required to provide resistance to the passage of a well-developed fire must be fitted with intumescent seals. These seals remain dormant under normal conditions but expand greatly in the heat of a fire to close the gap between the door and its frame.

    As smoke spread is an even greater threat to life and property than flames, particularly in the early stages of a fire, fire doors should also be fitted with a ‘cold smoke’ seal to prevent the ingress of smoke around the door edges. Combined smoke and intumescent seals protect from all aspects of fire in a single unit.

What People Say About Us

Colas Ltd have used A1 Fire Protection Ltd for a number of years at our head office, in this time they have installed & maintained our fire alarms, emergency lighting systems & fire extinguishers on site. They are a reliable, trustworthy and prompt in attending to any issues raised, I would recommend their services.
I think trustworthy is one word!

- Colas

Smith & Western have used A1 Fire Protection for over 5 years, across all 6 of our restaurants and we have maintained them as our preferred supplier because they are very professional and totally reliable.
On the occasion we have required urgent work they are always able to turn this around quickly and efficiently, showing their professionalism alongside their outstanding customer services.

- Smith & Western

"We have used A1 Fire Protection since 2012 and have continuously found their service to be professional, informative and extremely reliable. We own and let hundreds of properties so keeping up to date with health and safety is paramount, A1 have helped us to maintain this objective. Their team of consultants are very friendly and always ready with a smile. We typically prefer to support local businesses but we are so impressed with the level of service and knowledge of A1 that we will continue to make an exception. We would unquestionably recommend A1 Fire Protection in the future."

- McCarthy Properties

“We have used A1 Fire Protection for a number of years, for the installation and maintenance of fire safety equipment across the 100+ properties that we manage. We have always found Glen and his team to be reliable, efficient and very competitive. Our clients often comment on their exceptional service.”

- Sneller Property Consultants Ltd

We have used A1 Fire Protection for 3 years, and during this time they have provided a reliable and efficient service. Their knowledgeable and friendly staff are always willing to accommodate our needs which can sometimes be difficult in our fairly unpredictable working environment.

A1 Fire Protection offers an excellent service at a competitive price and we would not hesitate to recommend them.

- Southern Adolescent Care Services

A1 Fire Protection has worked for our organisation for many years and has always provided a high standard of work. This work involves Installations, regular servicing and testing providing certification.

We have never experienced any issues with their work; they are reliable, punctual and able to attend at short notice for emergencies. All members of staff are extremely helpful and always go out of their way to make sure we are satisfied. We would highly recommend them!

- Causeway Irish Housing Assocation

We have been working with Fire Protection Ltd for a number of years and found that they are Reliable, Trust worthy, always on time, Great company to work with .
They have provided a great service and help us to keep the system working and are always there if we need them for advice . Would highly recommend A1 fire protection.

- Charlwood House Day Nursery