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Fire Sprinklers Maidstone
As the UK’s leading independent fire protection contractor, we at Armstrong Priestley have built a reputation over the last 45 years for our high quality automatic sprinkler systems in Maidstone and beyond.
From our office in Maidstone and elsewhere around the country, Armstrong Priestley has delivered thousands of fire sprinkler systems, on budget and on time.
Our service is end-to-end, from the design of unique fire sprinkler systems, through to their fabrication, installation and maintenance.
We will build you a fire sprinkler system that will last a life time and provide a regular sprinkler service plan to ensure its continued operation.
By managing every stage of the process in-house, we are able to quality control our products and ensure that deadlines are met.
Armstrong Priestley is experienced in all sectors of the fire sprinkler industry. We have tailored fire sprinkler systems to commercial and industrial units as well as retail, education and residential structures.
We have fitted sprinklers in air hangers, food factories, council buildings, student accommodation, shopping centres, automated warehouses, and more. Our portfolio means that we are confident in our ability to tackle any project with technical expertise.
We also believe strongly in Third Party Certification for all of our products, guaranteeing quality and maintaining transparency.
To learn more, please get in touch online or by phoning our Maidstone Office on 0203 4345570.
Key Maidstone Services:
The Armstrong Priestley Maidstone design department comprises both LPC and Firas fully accredited designers with a wealth of experience and access to prior project blueprints. We design all our fire sprinklers to the necessary standards, including – in some cases – UFC military standards and ACE guidance for energy from waste application.
Types of system, covering a vast scope of application, include automatic, deluge, foam-enhanced, dry riser and water mist systems.
Our innovative designs make us one of the leading fire protection specialists in the UK. There is no project too large or too unique for us to handle.
We have an on-site fabrication workshop that produces all the specially designed parts we use for our fire sprinklers. We deliver these parts to Maidstone with company vehicles so that we can keep a close eye on the time scales of our projects.
The Armstrong Priestley fabrication workshop enables us to provide complete consistency from start to finish on every project. It has been developed over the years to suit our high standards for quality control, adaptability to client requirements, stock, and time management.
Our welding department is capable of welding up to 18” diameter tube; welded to ISO 15614-1 and coded to 9606-1.
We have a skilled and adaptable team of fire protection installation technicians in Maidstone who will personally fit your specially designed fire sprinkler system to your building. When designing our fire sprinklers, we account for unforeseen challenges that can occur in the field. Our qualified technicians are capable of problem-solving any unexpected obstacle, making sure that your project is installed on time.
Fire sprinkler servicing is important if you want to extend the life-span of your sprinkler system for as long as possible. Did you know that 60% of all fires can be controlled by just four fully operational sprinklers?
Armstrong Priestley offers bespoke servicing plans for fire sprinklers in the Maidstone area. We will design a plan that is custom to the requirements of the site and system.
Some examples of the plans we offer include:
Public and Private Sectors we serve in Maidstone and Kent:
The industrial sector has a vast array of different building types. We have worked on basic mezzanine extensions to fully automated storage systems and air craft hangers. No matter your trade, Armstrong Priestley can design you a Maidstone fire sprinkler system that will save your product and keep your employees protected.
We can supply fire sprinklers to brand new buildings, or fit them in older buildings in need of a fire safety update. Usually we are required to fit a suitable pump and tanked water supply arrangement that can be modified to your specific insurer requirement.
Projects that we have undertaken in this category range from food factories and other production facilities, to office blocks, hotels and even fire stations. Typically we need to fit a full pumped water supply, but in some cases, such as OH1 risk levels, a town’s main solution has also been undertaken.
We do offer retro-fit sprinkler coverage, where a client’s needs have changed or where new clients come to us looking to install fire protection in an existing building. Whatever your requirements in Maidstone, we have the adaptability and the expertise to meet them.
From malls and shopping centres to single stores, Armstrong Priestley works alongside specialist shopfitters to make buildings within the retail sector safe for customers and employees. We will deliver effective sprinkler systems that blend seamlessly into the aesthetic of your retail environment so all that hard work on interior design is not wasted.
Some examples of our work in this sector include Blue Water shopping centre in Kent and clients such as Watches of Switzerland, Goldsmiths, ASDA and Tag Heuer.
Our Residential department is on hand to advise and support you through the process of installing fire sprinklers in your Maidstone residence. No building is too big or too small. We have designed and installed systems in houses and single bedroom apartments, as well as care homes, sheltered housing and high rise blocks of flats, among others.
We have installed fire sprinklers in buildings where the use has changed or the building has been modified; for example, to a more open plan living situation. We have a range of different sprinkler types from water mist to foam systems, all made to the relevant safety standard.
Armstrong Priestley has installed fire sprinklers in over 200 buildings within the education sector since the year 2000. We have noticed a growing need for improved fire safety due to cases of arson within schools, even in Maidstone.
Working for contractors such as Willmott Dixon and Bam Construction, we have undertaken fire protection projects on anything ranging from £50k small primary schools to £500k academies.
Beyond schools, we have worked closely with local authorities to help develop a fire sprinkler strategy for the protection of buildings within their portfolio, such as council buildings.
Opening Hours for Armstrong Priestley, Maidstone
Get in contact via 0203 4345570, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to speak to our Southern Office in Maidstone.
Locating our Maidstone Office
The address of our Maidstone site is:
Armstrong Priestley Ltd
Unit 9, Church Farm
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.
The closest train stations (click here) are Headcorn, Holligbourne (HBN) and Harrietsham.
Lying just 32 miles from London, Maidstone is the county town of Kent in South East England. Kent is known as the ‘Garden of England’ and Maidstone has traditionally been the centre of commerce for the region. The River Medway that runs through the town centre was used for the transportation of goods to and from the Thames Estuary. Historically, brewing and paper making were other important areas of industry for Maidstone. Kent’s largest brewery, Fremlin’s brewery, has now been converted into Fremlin Walk shopping centre.
Maidstone’s heritage can be traced back to the Neolithic era, the Romans and the Normans. It has played an important role in British history and, as such, is home to some historic buildings, such as All Saints Church, Leeds Castle and the Archbishop’s Palace; all Grade I listed. Maidstone’s Mote Park was originally part of a country estate, converted into landscaped parkland at the end of the 18th century, and now used as a municipal public park.