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Armstrong Priestley is the premier supplier of fire sprinkler systems in Newcastle. We offer a comprehensive service, encompassing fire sprinkler design, fabrication, installation and maintenance.
We have been supplying buildings in both the private and public sectors with fire safety since 1975, developing into one of the top fire protection specialists in the UK.
We believe in Third Party Certification for all our fire sprinklers, which entails LPCB Level 4 Certification for commercial and industrial fire sprinkler systems and FIRAS Certification for residential and domestic systems.
New-build or retro-fit; private home or vast industrial complex, Armstrong Priestley has the experience and expertise to build you a fire sprinkler system that will keep you and your property safe.
To enquire about a quote, please contact us online or phone us on 0191 206 9085.
Our Fire Safety Services
Fire Sprinkler System Design, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley fire sprinklers are bespoke products that meet all current UK and international safety standards. Our fully accredited Newcastle design department can develop a system that takes into account your building type, age, use and design. Nearly half a century of past projects under our belt contributes to our expertise in the use of:
Fire Sprinkler Fabrication, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley has its own in-house fabrication workshop, from which we manufacture tailor-made parts, inspect the quality of our products, and store pieces for convenience. This way, we can remain adaptable when circumstances change and ensure that project deadlines remain on track.
Fire Sprinkler Installation, Newcastle
In 2020 alone, Armstrong Priestley’s team of qualified engineers fitted over 250,000 sprinkler systems. We have the experience and the expertise to install the best fire safety for your building, all within tight deadlines.
Fire Sprinkler System Servicing, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley offers a variety of regular service plans for you to choose from. Servicing your fire sprinklers is vital for their on-going efficiency. To increase the life-span of your fire sprinklers and ensure that they work effectively, maintenance testing is essential. Regular checks will also reduce the chance of water damage from un-controlled misfiring.
How can sprinkler systems benefit different building types?
Armstrong Priestley Fire Protection Specialists design, build and install fire sprinkler systems in a great range of building types within both the public and private sectors. We work with you to understand the fire safety requirements of your property and come up with a bespoke system, tailored to your needs.
Industrial Fire Sprinkler System, Newcastle
Industrial fire sprinkler systems are designed predominantly for storage facilities and warehouses. This could be a simple mezzanine extension, or a huge, automated distribution centre. The sprinkler system will need a suitable pump and tanked water supply to be fitted as part of the design.
Commercial Fire Sprinkler System, Newcastle
Commercial fire sprinkler systems can be tailored to the fire safety regulations specific to your business. Some examples of clients in this sector include: food production and other production facilities, office blocks and hotels. A full pumped water supply is usually necessary, however, in the case of an OH1 risk level, a town’s main solution has been undertaken in the past.
Retail Fire Sprinkler System, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley works with specialist shop fitters in the retail sector to ensure that our sprinkler systems do not detract from the customer experience of your store. In the past, we have outfitted anything from single shop units to entire shopping centres, such as Newcastle’s Monument Mall.
Residential Fire Sprinkler System, Newcastle
With fire sprinklers installed in residential buildings, planning consent for large, open spaces becomes more likely. Armstrong Priestley’s Newcastle residential team are on hand to offer advice when it comes to installing fire sprinklers in any kind of domestic building, from houses, apartments and care homes, to sheltered housing, blocks of high rise flats, and much more.
Education Fire Sprinkler System, Newcastle
Armstrong Priestley has installed fire protection in over 200 buildings within the education sector in the UK. Fire sprinklers provide immediate protection against cases of arson, combating the fire before human rescue services can arrive.
Since the year 2000, we have worked in the education sector as contractors, installing fire sprinkler systems for all sizes of educational facilities, from £50k small primary schools to £500k academies.
Additionally, we have worked with local authorities to develop fire protection strategies for a variety of council buildings.
Armstrong Priestley – The Highest Standard of Security and Fire Protection in Newcastle and the UK
Get in touch with our North-East office on 0191 206 9085, or email email@example.com to enquire now.
Our North-East office in Newcastle can be found at:
One Trinity Green
From the M6, take the A69, east-bound from Carlisle. From the A69, take the A167 across Tyne Bridge to connect to the A184. Past Four Ace’s Jet Petrol Station take the slip road to the left onto the A194, Leam Lane. Stay on the A194 past Monkton, over the A19, until you reach the Tynedock district. Past catalyst rail services there will be a roundabout (the second of two in quick succession). Take the first exit toward Temple Town and at the next roundabout take the second exit onto S Eldon Street. Follow S Eldon Street. Toward the end of the street, past Simply Food Solutions, there is a turning left onto Havelock Street. We are located on Havelock Street, off to the right.
The A1 (M) will also take you toward the A194. Follow the A194 until it becomes Leam Lane and then follow the directions above.
We are located around 10 miles from Newcastle Central Station. Again, cross the River Tyne, aiming for the A184. Take the A184 to the A194, Leam Lane, and follow the directions above.
About Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle is a metropolitan borough in North East England, located 8.5 miles from the North Sea. The city originates from a Roman settlement known as Pons Aelius, or Hadrian’s Bridge.
Newcastle derives its name from the castle built by William the Conqueror’s eldest son, Robert Curthose, in 1080. Curthose built his castle on the site of the old Roman fort for its superb defensive position over the River Tyne.
Newcastle Gateshead Quayside is famous for its series of impressive bridges, including Tyne Bridge; the first road/rail bridge in the world, Robert Stephenson’s High Level Bridge; the Swing Bridge; and the tilting Millenium Bridge. Each is innovative in its own right.