About RAD Fire Sprinklers
Here at RAD Fire Sprinklers, we have been in the game for over 17 years! We are one of the longest fire sprinkler installation companies still operating in England and Ireland. Working closely with each of our customers, we ensure complete satisfaction at every stage of the installation and that they comply with Part B of the building regulations.
Our team of experts have been installing and retrofitting residential fire sprinkler systems longer than any other installer company in our field. RAD Fire Sprinklers operate throughout England now Ireland, to ensure fire sprinkler systems are installed efficiently and effectively in residential properties.
Working around England and Ireland, our time as fire sprinkler installers have worked alongside some of the leading companies in various industries, including mechanical and
electrical services, plumbing, architecture and liaising with local authority building
departments. Whether you’re a developer looking to fit fire sprinklers in new builds or
landlords wanting a fire sprinkler system retrofitting throughout a high-rise building. We are
here to help!
You should be able to trust your fire sprinkler company. Always look for their accreditation
and reputation in the industry! At RAD Fire Sprinklers, we are registered with the FIRAS &
IFC 3rd Party Accreditation Schemes and are members of reputable organisations the
National Fire Sprinkler Network (NFSN) British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association
(BAFSA) and the Residential Fire Sprinkler Association (RSA).
Our Fire Sprinkler Systems
When it comes to residential buildings, it has been proven that the combination of domestic fire sprinklers and smoke alarms provides the best results. Residential fire sprinklers are ideal for saving both property damage and preventing the loss of life if a fire was to break out. From care homes, where residents are more vulnerable, to high-rise apartment buildings with potentially hundreds of tenants. It is important to ensure there are sufficient fire protection systems in place.
Automatic fire sprinklers are, you guessed it, automatic! They operate independently from
each other and will only activate when the sprinkler head detects a high temperature. Once
the sprinkler system has been activated, it suppresses the flames, giving anyone inside
enough time to evacuate.
Fire sprinkler systems can be connected to the mains water supply or they can incorporate a
pump and tank if necessary. Our team at RAD Fire Sprinklers have years of experience in
designing and installing custom sprinkler systems. We can offer advice on the mains water
supply and what solution will work best specifically for your needs. When the available
pressure and water flow are insufficient, our experts will provide alternate choices for you to
pick from. RAD provides mist sprinklers, which work similarly to household fire sprinklers.
They use less water, making them ideal for small residences. Click here to learn more about
our RAD Mist Sprinklers System.
We work with a variety of industries, including architects and developers. These businesses
are realising the importance of residential sprinkler systems and why they should be
considered throughout the planning of a domestic property. For more benefits of residential fire sprinkler systems, click here.
Interested in the fire sprinkler industry but still need more information? At RAD Fire
Sprinklers, we post weekly articles on everything from the benefits of sprinklers in care
homes to the latest building regulations. Check out our blog page for fire sprinkler updates
Throughout England and Ireland, RAD Fire Sprinklers has been providing advice for our
customers on all issues surrounding building regulations.
Our team of experts are pleased to offer advice concerning degrees of coverage, water
supplies, suitability of residential fire sprinkler systems or just general explanations. We are
happy to provide answers to any enquiries and are here to help in any way we can!
Satisfying Part B of Building Regulations
RAD has been providing advice for our customers throughout London and the South-East of England on these issues for a number of years.
We are pleased to offer advice concerning degrees of coverage, water supplies, suitability of system or just an explanation of the pitfalls.
For more information call: 01892 680090