Fire Sprinkler Systems
A fire suppression system from NFS is your first line of defence against fire. Whatever the size or type of building you need to protect, we can design and install a sprinkler system that will contain a blaze within seconds of it breaking out – buying precious time for the fire brigade to arrive, and for lives and possessions to be saved.
In the UK there has never been a fire death in a building with a fully maintained sprinkler system
Fires are extinguished or controlled in 99% of sprinkler protected properties
Reduce average property loss by up to 70%
*National Fire Sprinkler Network Report 2017
What have you got to lose? Your home is the most precious place on earth. It’s where you keep your most valued possessions and treasured memories. But in the event of a fire, everything in your home could be lost.
I just wanted to write and thank you for the speed and efficiency of work that was carried out today. Please thank your team on my behalf – they were very pleasant and we were very impressed with their tidying at the end!”
Emma P. of London
“Many thanks for your reply. I have to say it is a breath of fresh air that such a company as yours are able to provide a quick and detailed response as you have. Many are too quick just to provide bare-bones info and then answer questions as they arise. I will be sure to pass your info onto the Client and will let you know of any comments or questions they may have. In the meantime, I am happy to keep you in mind for any other projects that may be suitable for this type of system.
Once again, thank you for your time and I will be in touch soon.”
Kind regards – Alistair – Architects and Designers
“Thank you for your quotation of £15,800 for the apartments. We had another quote from a company in Scotland which was £73,000 so we expect our client will be selecting you for this small project!”
Jonathon in Wales
“Just dropping you a line to say that I was really impressed with Mick, he worked very hard and was extremely polite and conscientious throughout.”
Chadwick / Dryer architects