Why should you choose a wireless fire alarm system? What advantages and disadvantages does it have? How easy is it to maintain? and more shall be cleared in further details.
Why choose a wireless fire alarm system?
Less Mess and Money to Install.
Wireless fire alarm systems can save companies money on installation. Since no wires are required to be purchased and ran through walls which can be a nuisance, money and time are saved! Wires in wired systems are messy, can get tangled with other wires, etc. There are many reasons why wires aren’t the best way to go. The absence of wires means no working under carpets with the wires or drilling through wall material. It is enormously simpler and easier to go wireless.
The advantage of having no wires also comes with greater adaptability, if you need to expand your coverage area there is no need to add additional wires, all you need to do is just add a few more sensors. Making sure of your original system can add additional sensors at no extra cost. This way you can add more features as your budget allows and as your needs change.
Ease of Relocating the entire system.
The ease of transferring and reusing the entire system in a different building, and to expand it to a larger coverage area are both very good traits of going wireless.
The advantages of a wireless system:
– Quick installation and it can be fitted with least interruption to your business
– Not required to close off areas of the facility or open up of hours for installation to take place
– No ugly cables or drilling in your walls
– The layout of the system is simply adjusted if something in your building alters
– Will save you money on labor and costs on maintenance
– Will work even if the power dies as they are battery operated
– It can be used in a place where your location is not permanent like construction sites.
On these reasons, we advise a wireless fire alarm for any of these scenarios:
– A client who wants a fire alarm fitted pronto, with minimal clutter
– In businesses where looks matter, like high-end retail outlets
– In organizations who would suffer disruption if they had to seal off areas of the facility, e.g. power plants
– For structures which are expected to be refurbished or extended soon
– In buildings with difficult points of entrance such as narrow stairwells or high ceilings
– In sites consisting of multiple buildings spread across an area.
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