Leading Fire Protection company Kent

Armstrong Priestley is a renowned fire protection company in Kent. We have over 50 years’ experience in providing fire safety solutions and now specialise in providing bespoke fire sprinklers in Maidstone.

The company’s Kent clients come from the commercial, industrial, public and residential sectors. 

We can offer a fire safety solution that is customised to your needs and budget without ever compromising on quality. We also offer installation and affordable maintenance packages to ensure the continuing effectiveness of your fire safety system.

Only the best will do when you are protecting against fire, so contact Armstrong Priestley today. 

The team in our Kent office is happy to provide advice or give you more details about our services.


Armstrong Priestley – Kent’s first choice for fire protection

We can provide the following products and services.

Customised Fire Sprinkler Systems for Kent

The design engineers in our Kent office can create fire sprinkler systems to suit the individual requirements of your project or business. You can choose sprinkler systems that use inert gases, chemical gases, carbon dioxide, water mist, or aerosol foam. Some fire suppression systems can cause further damage to the fire scene. We will work with you to avoid this if possible, ensuring that you can get up and running again as soon as possible.

Armstrong Priestley fire sprinklers comply with UK and international industry standards and are third-party certified. Our designers are all LPC and FIRAS-accredited.

Fire Sprinkler Fabrication for our Kent clients

Armstrong Priestley sprinkler systems are all fabricated in our workshop in West Yorkshire. Our quality control is second to none, as the design and fabrication process is all done in-house. We even have our own fleet of delivery vehicles to take our sprinklers from Yorkshire to our clients nationwide.

Fire Protection Installation in Kent

We have a team of experienced engineers who install all our fire protection systems for our clients in Kent and across the UK.

All our installation colleagues are highly trained and will ensure that your fire protection system  complies with all the legal requirements and fire safety compliance standards.

Fire Protection Equipment Servicing Plans in Kent

We offer a range of service plans to suit all sizes of projects and budgets. 

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 places certain responsibilities upon businesses and so we provide a plan for commercial customers in Kent that includes an annual inspection of fire alarms, fire extinguishers, fire doors, and fire sprinklers.


Business Opening Hours


Monday               8am-5pm

Tuesday               8am-5pm

Wednesday        8am-5pm

Thursday             8am-5pm

Friday                    8am-5pm

Saturday              Closed

Sunday                 Closed


How to find our Kent Office



Armstrong Priestley Ltd
Unit 9, Church Farm
ME17 1DN


Tel: 0203 4345570


Email: southern@armstrongpriestley.co.uk

Directions for travelling by car

From the M20, exit at Junction 8 towards Maidstone/A20. At Hollingbourne interchange, take the first exit. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Ashford Rd/A20. Stay on the A20, past The Park Gate Inn, until you need to turn right onto Chengworth Rd. Follow Chengworth Rd to the end until it becomes Ulcombe hill just past Ulcombe Tyres. We are located further on, to the right, at Saddleworld Church Farm.


Arriving by train

The closest train stations are Headcorn, Holligbourne (HBN) and Harrietsham.

About Kent

Kent is in the South East of England, bordering London to the North West. The main town is Maidstone and the county is also home to the ancient city of Canterbury. Canterbury has been a place of worship since the conversion of England to Christianity in the sixth century and Canterbury Cathedral is the oldest in England.

Kent’s southern edge borders the English Channel and the iconic White Cliffs of Dover are a famous landmark.

Towns like Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells are affluent commuter towns for London workers, but much of the county is still agricultural. Kent is sometimes called the garden of England because of the large number of orchards and fruit farms that thrive there. It is one of the warmest places in Britain and enjoys a continental climate.

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