Commercial fire alarm
installation and maintenance

Protect your business with a fire alarm system from Midland Fire

Fire Alarm Systems

Prevention of fire emergencies is an important consideration for every business. A majority of businesses involved in a major fire either do not reopen or are not able to recover. At Midland Fire we take the protection of your business seriously.

By implementing the right fire detection system and supplying the right fire extinguishers the chances of fire affecting your business are greatly reduced.

Midland Fire have been providing reliable fire alarm systems for 20 years. We specialise in fire safety systems and offer a complete design, installation and maintenance service.

As approved Gent 24 System Integrators we have access to all Gent resources and products and are able to work on both open and closed protocol systems. As a result we can specify the right equipment within your budget. Equipment can be specified from other manufactures and interfaced with existing equipment.

Our Services include:

  • Fire Alarm and Fire Detection Systems
  • System design
  • Supply
  • Installation
  • Commission
  • Planned Maintenance (PPM)
  • 24 Hour Remote Monitoring

The right system to keep your business safe:

  • Conventional Fire Alarms – Single sites and small units
  • Addressable systems – Large sites and industrial units
  • Aspirated systems for difficult to reach areas – Lift shafts and listed buildings
  • Wired and Wireless solutions depending on access to the facilities.

Who do we work with?

Whether your business premises is a small office, a large industrial warehouse, school or listed building you can trust Midland Fire to provide a cost effective fire alarm solution.

We focus on non-domestic installations and cover all industrial, commercial and public sectors. Services are available throughout the UK.

Completed Projects


Guildford Grange – Hartfield House Care Home – Sheffield

This project involved the installation of a complete upgrade to the communal general lighting, emergency lighting and fire alarm system in a live retirement home.

Helping your business meet its legal obligations

UK HSE regulations require business owners to put adequate fire detection systems in place at their premises.

“Where necessary in order to safeguard the safety of the relevant persons the responsible person must ensure that the premises & any facilities, equipment and devices provided in respect of the premises under this Order…are subject to a suitable system of maintenance & are maintained in an efficient state, in effect working order & in good repair:”

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Act 2005 Part 2, Article 17

“The responsible person must ensure that the premises are, to the extent that is appropriate, equipped with the appropriate fire-fighting equipment and with fire detectors and alarms”

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Act 2005 Part 2, Article 13

What systems are available?

Midland Fire have been helping protect businesses from fire for 20 years. Services include system design, supply, installation and commission. There are several types of system available. We work with you to design a system that suits your needs and meets your budget:

Conventional and Addressable Fire Alarms

There are two main types of fire alarm system, conventional and addressable. Both types of system connect to a central control panel however with addressable systems you can pinpoint the exact device that has been activated – And the location of the fire. A conventional system can be divided into zones, however each alarm has its own wiring connection to the panel – This makes a conventional system more suitable for smaller premises.

In an addressable system, all of the alarms are connected in a loop, the wiring is less complex with only two connections to the control panel. An addressable system is more cost effective for larger businesses. If one end is damaged the signal can still reach the control panel via the other end of the loop. if one device becomes disconnected it wont disable the circuit. This type of system is more suitable for larger premises.

Aspirated Fire Alarms

Aspirated and Wireless fire alarms are ideal for difficult to reach places. For example an Aspirated system is prefered for hard to reach places – like the top of a lift shaft. The system consists of a central detection unit which draws air through a network of pipes to detect smoke – this removes the need to access the detection point at the top of the lift shaft for maintenance.

Wireless Fire Alarms

Wireless systems work best in situations where there are restrictions on modification to an existing structure like in listed buildings or schools. A wireless solution removes the need to run cables through walls.

Planned Maintenance

To keep your fire alarm functioning Midland Fire offer all customers a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Service.

A service includes a complete system health check including panels, wiring and audible/visual warning devices. Up to date documentation is provided to ensure compliance with the latest standards.


Contact us today to discuss your next project or request a site assessment.