Fire Alarm Systems

Crucial to provide an early warning to occupants in the event of a fire

We're proud to have installed and maintained fire alarms for...

What our customers say

Steph O'Donaghue
Steph O'Donaghue
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Danny and Steve at Ladbrokes 1807, were very polite & helpful, they explained all points of system, really nice guys.
Gordon Fry
Gordon Fry
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Just want to write to compliment Aaron and Scott that installed a new fire alarm system in Ladbrokes Montrose yesterday Tuesday 12th.

They were both very friendly, knowledgeable and professional. They are a credit to themselves and your company.

Alex Cozzi
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Quick and professional service from Rich and Steve would highly recommend.

Wireless Fire Alarms

Operating over a mesh connection, wireless fire alarms need no hard installation and thus perfect for outbuildings and historic sites.

Wired Fire Alarms

To go-to option for many businesses due to it's low maintenance costs and tried and tested technology.

Both have advantages and disadvantages. Depending on your unique circumstances and requirements, we will recommend a bespoke solution to suit you.
This will include either a wireless or a wired system.

What is BAFE Accreditation?

BAFE is the independent registration body for Third-Party Certified fire safety service providers across the UK. All BAFE Registered companies have been independently assessed to determine quality evidence of their competency to confidently deliver specific fire safety services. By selecting a BAFE approved company to use for your fire alarm system, you can be assured that you are getting a quality installation that fully meets the requirements of your  Fire Risk Assessment and will be accepted and recognised by your insurers.

Your Choice Fire and Security is proud to be BAFE approved to install and maintain BS5839-1 and BS5839-6 systems for commercial and HMO fire alarm systems.

Heritage Sites

With a heritage site, it's crucial to take into account that the building is the most valuable asset. Therefore drilling through 13th century wood to install a fire alarm is not a wise decision. We similarly don't want to install trunking to the wall to hide cables as this ruin the aesthetic of a building with significant cultural and historical importance.


Not limited to raising children, teachers and administrators have the added responsibility to provide unparallel levels of care. Fire and security can be one facet of care that can be managed easily with modern systems. Providing peace of mind to staff and parents alike.


Carers have to be experts in all levels of caring and protection. With modern fire and security solutions, those in the industry can focus on providing the level of care that residents deserve.


Often in operation 24/7, avoiding downtime and maximising efficiency is key for manufacturing plants. Fire safety is still of paramount importance, but striking a balance between suitability and security is where we come in.


Warehouses and Depots have the difficulty of a constant influx of moving goods to content with. Now required by commercial insurers, P1 fire and security management effectively neutralises the heightened level of risk in such places.


A high energy usage site with multiple moving parts, often engineering hubs are at risk of electrical fires. A wired system could be the better option with long lasting durable cover in place.

Facilities Management

Facilities management is a balancing act, trying to manage the day-to-day running of premises with the security and protection against fire. Along with managing the functionality of a facility, fire must be of the highest priority.


Any customer facing properties must consider the safety of their guests, this includes leisure facilities. Wireless systems give leisure facilities the ability to expand easily, enabling them to continue to grow to meet customer demands.


Car dealerships, garages and other automotive facilities have to content with multiple flammable materials and ignition sources at their site. Wired fire alarms provide the most durable cover, which means these facilities are most protected and better suited with.

We Believe in Open Protocol Fire Alarms...

Open Protocol

Open Protocol allows customers to choose from different suppliers. Repairs and upgrades can be completed by the vast majority of engineers which means customers are free to shop around and pick a supplier of their choice to work on and maintain their system.

Closed Protocol

Closed Protocol restricts customers to only the company who provided the original system. Furthermore, they can only use engineers employed by that company when it comes to repairing or upgrading systems. Thereby creating a difficult situation when you come to change providers.

By removing any form of competition it means customers can often be left to pick up large bills for parts, repairs and service. Similarly, with closed systems, upgrades are made purely at the discretion of the manufacture which is far from ideal for the customer.

Your Choice Fire and Security believes in conducting business in an ethical way, retaining customers based on good customer service and as such we pride ourselves on only installing Open Protocol Systems.

Your Choice were brilliant, I couldn’t fault their meticulous attention to detail, and their engineers were dilligent and thorough with their installation.
Tony Clay, Head of Operations at Ultima Furniture
Their fire risk assessment was the most comprehensive, detailed breakdown we have seen, it made perfect sense to get the experts back in to complete the work they detailed.
Andrew Blackburn, Plant Manager at Sonoco
We were visited at branch today by Your Choice Fire & Security, They completed their work quickly with no disruption to us and took the time to see that we were okay with the new system and if we had any questions, very pleased.
Avril Lea, Store Manager at Coral Withernsea
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