Security Services

Full SSAIB Accredited Security Systems – Design, Installation, Maintenance & Repairs in Ayrshire, Glasgow, Kilmarnock & All of Central Scotland

The following list of security services are provided by Invincible for both homes and businesses. Click on the links for more specific information about the product or service you require.

Fire Risk Assessment

Fire Risk Assessment conducted for businesses in Ayrshire & Central Scotland. Be aware current law states that all organisations must carry out a fire risk assessment at least annually.

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Fire Extinguishers

Fire Extinguishers sourced, fitted and serviced throughout Ayrshire, Renfrewshire & Glasgow. You hope you never need them but should a fire start within your premises you have a legal obligation to ensure your fire extinguishers are in good working order.

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Door Entry Systems

Door Entry Systems for homes and businesses designed and installed in Ayrshire & Central Scotland. We offer Secure Door Entry Systems for homes and businesses, audio and video entry systems with one or multiple call systems

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Dry Riser System

The Legal Requirement

The person responsible for a building or site is legally required to maintain all fire fighting equipment, including dry risers. Current British Standards require a full annual pressure test and six monthly visual check for dry risers for buildings above 18 metres and below 60 metres (buildings over 60 metres/18 storeys require wet risers).

British Standards state that inlets, landing valves, drain valves and landing valve boxes should be inspected every six months and that wet tests be carried out annually when the riser can be checked for leaks. They also state that maintenance and repairs should be carried out by a competent person.

The Dry Riser British Standard was published in January 2015. The dry riser British standard BS9990:2015 is the code of practice for non-automatic fire-fighting systems in buildings. It’s important for fire protection of a building to be considered as a whole.