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Property owners worldwide depend on sprinkler fire protection to save lives and protect their assets.
Fire sprinkler systems are a popular form of fire protection because top-quality sprinkler systems like those provided by Armstrong Priestley are highly effective in suppressing fires. The most popular sprinkler system design discharges water, sometimes as a vapour or nitrogen gas, to suppress the blaze.
Armstrong Priestley is a UK industry leader in the design, fabrication and installation of sprinkler systems for all property types, including commercial and residential buildings.
We work with clients of all sizes and budgets, and our team can advise you about the right fire sprinkler system for your property.
Fire sprinkler systems have been at the core of our business for nearly half a century, and during that time, Armstrong Priestley has become renowned for first-class sprinkler systems and excellent customer service.
We opened our first workshop in Leeds in the 1970s but now have regional offices providing automatic sprinklers to delighted customers across the UK.
Armstrong Priestley is a one-stop shop for clients looking for a sprinkler system. We can design, fabricate and install a bespoke sprinkler system that will fulfil all your individual requirements.
When you contact Armstrong Priestley, our first step will be to send a specialist to your property to identify your specific fire protection needs. If your building is still at the planning stage, we can recommend a sprinkler system using building plans.
Every client has different needs, and the specifications of your sprinkler system will depend on the size and use of your premises.
For example, areas with heat sources, like kitchens in residential buildings or workshops in commercial buildings, will require more sprinkler heads. Deluge systems are recommended in high-risk areas like chemical plants.
Most residential buildings are suitable for wet pipe systems, which store cold water under pressure in a series of pipes.
Dry pipe sprinkler systems containing fire-suppressing nitrogen gas or pressurised air are often more appropriate in unheated buildings where pipes are at risk of freezing.
After a thorough discussion and an assessment of your premises, we can give you an accurate quotation for a fire sprinkler system to protect life and property.
Our survey team provides detailed information to our experienced designers.
Our in-house design team of LPC and FIRAS-accredited designers will design your bespoke sprinkler system. All our sprinkler systems are third-party certified.
All our fire sprinklers are fabricated in our workshop in Leeds.
The fabrication team works in close liaison with our designers to produce top-quality sprinkler systems to strict specifications. This close collaboration ensures the quality of our sprinklers.
Our installation teams are highly experienced at installing fire sprinkler systems in new and older buildings being renovated.
Armstrong Priestley sprinkler installation is fully compliant with all relevant building regulations.
It is essential to maintain sprinkler systems to ensure maximum efficiency upon activation. A loss of function in a single sprinkler head could affect the ability of the system to suppress the flames if a fire broke out.
Our experienced team can provide ongoing maintenance and servicing to keep your sprinkler system in excellent condition.
In addition, commercial buildings are legally required to conduct annual fire risk assessments, an area in which we can offer a high level of expertise.
We can offer a range of fire suppression systems to property owners, and you can rely on our wide experience to provide you with the best system for your needs.
Our client portfolio includes shopping centres, commercial buildings, residential blocks and domestic homes.
Armstrong Priestley was first established in West Yorkshire, but now serves clients across the UK with teams based in offices in Leeds, Manchester, South Shields and Kent.
You can call the office in your region or contact us online here.
Call 0113 394 4040
One Trinity Green
Tel 0191 206 9085
Greater Manchester M40 8WN
Tel 0113 394 4040
Unit 9, Church Farm
Tel 0203 4345570