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Welcome to Fire Stop

Welcome to Firestop Midlands, we have over 20 years experience of the fire protection industry. We pride ourselves in offering a professional efficient and reliable level of service along with great value for money. We are members of the Federation of Small Businesses and the British Fire Consortium to add peace of mind and to keep us completely up to date with any changes to relevant legislation.

For help and advice please call. 01455 633 948 or 07940 717593. Arrange a FREE SURVEY now. We also specialise in Emergency lights for supply, installation and service BS 5266 certificates provided. Portable appliance testing PAT. Full range of Photo luminescent Safety Signs available... here.

24 hour Emergency Service Available

In the event of an emergency we are here to help. Please call 01455 633 948 or 07940 717593 or 07921 678518

PROTECTING YOU, PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS, PROTECTING YOUR STAFF.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What type of fire extinguisher do I need for my building?

A. Depends on the risk, Extinguishers have the following applications: Class A covers freely burning materials, Class B covers flammable liquids, Class C covers gas risks, Class D covers specific metal fires, Co2 and powder covers electrical risks, Class F covers cooking fats and oils

Q. Do I need a fire risk assessment

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Q. Do I need my fire alarm serviced

.A Yes, usually a bi annual service is required and in certain circumstances a quarterly visit is required

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