At Target Fire Protection, we are proud to provide expert maintenance and services to all the fire equipment we supply and install for our customers throughout the UK, Rochdale and Manchester.
Thanks to our expert team of engineers, we have been able to design our own software that records all of your site information, allowing you and us to keep up to date with your annual service checks so that you never miss one. We understand the importance of your fire protection measures being fully functional at all times, which is why we never let them function to anything less than their highest possible standard.
Our customers span not only throughout these areas, but across the North West and throughout the country. All of our technicians are experts in their field, and are BAFE registered, with completed Safety Passport Schemes to afford our customers total confidence in their ability and reliability. Each and every one of our services is carried out to BS5306-3 and BS5839-6 standards in line with industry recommendations, and all work is carried out in a manner that creates minimal disruption for our customers and their lives. Our engineers will always attend a site with a fully stocked van containing all manner of service parts to ensure that any relevant replacements can be provided as and where they are required.
Following our fire equipment services, our engineers log your information which will be kept on record online, ensuring not only our engineers but you, the customer, can access it at any time.
To find out more about our fire equipment servicing and maintenance, or for any other enquiry, simply contact us today. Our friendly team of professionals will be more than happy to help answer any queries you may have, and will lend their advice and knowledge whenever you require.
For free, impartial advice, call our expert team: 0800 030 6079
Posted on: 11th November 2019
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