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Fire Safety

Protecting you, your loved ones and your property

Coming from a career in the Fire and Rescue Service, Fire Safety is a subject that GH Installations founder, Graham Holland is extremely passionate about. Having seen the devastating affects that fire can have first hand, we are committed to ensuring we do everything we can to keep yourself, your love ones and your property safe.

As well as ensuring all our work is carried out to the highest possible standards, we also provide a number of periodic testing and maintenance services, including Thermal Imaging Surveys. These offer the peace-of-mind in knowing that your appliances and electrical systems are free of defects or faults which could result in catestophic failure and/or dangerous overheating.

We also supply and install a full range of fire detection and warning systems, from small domestic set ups to complete office or workplace installations. 

To discuss your requirements, or ask for our advice on keeping safe, please contact us.

This document provides practical advice to those responsible for fire safety in small and medium businesses. It provides entry-level guidance on how to make sure you are meeting the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

For larger, or more complex premises, the government have released a series of other documents which can be found here.

6 top tips to safety in your home or workplace

Home Fire Safety Visits

Many local Fire and Rescue Services will come to your home and carry out a Home Fire Risk Check to help keep you and your family safe. For more information on fire safety, visit, or contact your local Fire and Rescue Service (not 999).

You are half as likely to die in a house fire if you have a working smoke alarm. If a fire starts in your home, a smoke alarm gives you the time to get out.  


Modern alarms are neat and tidy, cost around £10 and are easy to fit. You may find your local Fire and Rescue service may install one for you, for free, as part of a free home fire risk check.