Wireless Lithium Smoke Alarm Installation | Leigh-On-Sea | Essex
Electrical Contractors were recently called out to a domestic property in Leigh-on-Sea Essex. The customer called Leigh Electrical Contractors as we’re Aico Approved and specialise in smoke alarm installation. The property already had hardwired smoke alarms but on a recent NICEIC periodic inspection (ECIR) we noticed that the alarms were wired but not interlinked.
This meant that if one alarm is set off it doesn’t set any of the other alarms off. Leigh Electrical Contractors advised the customer to update the alarms and to use the Aico wireless module so that the alarms communicate with each other. The lithium I batteries mean you don’t need to change the batteries for 10 years so are a great choice over the 9v batteries.
For more information regarding fire protection in Leigh or the wider Essex area please call our team via the button below. Fully NICEIC accredited celebrating 20 year membership in 2022.
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Leigh Electrical Services
Leigh Electrical have been providing reliable, accredited and cost effective electrical services throughout Leigh for over 50 years.
The service we provide is fully covered by the NICEIC Platinum Promise Guarantee and we are fully audited and examined once a year to prove our continued competance.
The service we provide has been rated thousands of times across a host of online review platforms such as Checkatrade, Trustatrader, Google Reviews and Yell.
To learn more about our smoke alarm system service, please call our team on 01702 873350 or send a message via the contact form below.
- NICEIC Accredited
- CRB Checked
- £25,000,000 Public Liability Insurance
- Established Over 50 Years
- 7 Days a Week Service
- Essex Wide Coverage
- Free No Obligation Quotes
“Disconnected lights so builder can take the ceiling down. Made me temporary lights to use whilst the work is carried out.”