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Explained: Legislation This Explained: Legislation episode consists of talking about the latest regulations across the UK, and what homeowners/businesses are expected to follow Friday 27th November 2020 This Explained:
Water Mist Systems vs Fire Sprinklers Have you ever wondered about the benefits of water mist systems? Or maybe the difference between those and traditional fire sprinkler systems?
The current law stipulates that residential properties over 30m high must have a fire suppression system installed. On May 2020, it was announced that from November 2020, this will be changing.
As we enter the warmer parts of the British year, and the COVID 19 guidance has advised that we can have 6 others from different households in our gardens, we can expect an increase of BBQ’s, with the slight possibility of the addition of alcohol.
Cooking with oils and fat frying is still common in many homes, but people may not be aware of the dangers that can arise from heated oil. There are still many instances of chip pan fires being attended by fire brigades. If dealt with incorrectly, these types of fires can have severe results.
Fire doors are a popular option when it comes to fire safety in a property. Through compartmentalisation, fire doors can be effective, but they have their limitations.
As part of our campaign for doing our bit for the environment, we want to outline the environmentally friendly factors that our system promotes.
When it comes to costing up building works, cost certainty is important to help keep within budget and help keep to your plan.