No matter what the job, we’ve got the solution. On time and on budget.
Big enough to deliver, small enough to care.
Our team varies in size depending on the needs of each project, in turn keeping costs down meaning we can pass savings on to our clients.
Fed up with expensive and unpredictable extinguisher service costs?
Time and again businesses told us they would like more clarity in their billing, as they often didn’t know how much they would be charged until the invoice landed on their desk.
We offer straight-forward no-nonsense extinguisher maintenance solutions to suit your budget with no long term contracts or complicated exit clauses.
At Vega Fire Protection, we help you ensure that your staff are fully trained in fire safety and that your company fully complies with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
Fire safety training for staff is a legal requirement in the UK and at Vega Fire Protection we offer bespoke fire training courses. Our training programmes can be tailored to meet the needs of your staff and your company.
If you are a business owner, employer or person in control of a building (including the common areas of residential flats) you have an obligation to meet legal requirements under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
No matter how large or small the premises you occupy, or whether you have sole or shared occupancy, you must carry out and regularly review a fire risk assessment of the site.
Our experience and expertise means that our engineers are capable of installing and servicing a wide range of fire alarm systems.
Qualified to industry standards and working in accordance with BS 5839 we have the skills and experience required to ensure your fire alarm is installed and maintained correctly.
The primary purpose of emergency lighting (or emergency escape lighting) is to illuminate escape routes but it is also provided to illuminate signs and other safety equipment.
Emergency lighting systems should conform to the recommendations in BS 5266-1 and the requirements of BS 5266-7 and 8.
Dampers are installed within your duct system as part of the passive fire protection to prevent the spread of fire and smoke. If a fire breaks out and gets into your ventilation system are you sure that the condition of your dampers will not prevent them from fulfilling this essential role?