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So far Natalie Higgins has created 11 blog entries.

Apprentices Required

By |June 14th, 2021|

Would you be interested in joining our team as an apprentice?  We currently have 2 vacancies:-

The first is an Apprentice Business Administrator (PA) and the role is to offer business admin support to all areas of the business and to work very closely with the Admin team and 2 Directors in a Business Admin PA […]

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Natalie is awarded her MBA

By |June 8th, 2021|

Huge congratulations to Natalie from everyone in the T. J. Fire & Security office as she has been awarded her Master of Business Administration (MBA) today.  She has studied part time while running the business with Gavin and to suffice to say we are all so proud of her.

Natalie studied at The Open University and […]

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Is it easy to move suppliers?

By |June 1st, 2021|

So how easy is it to change your intruder and fire provider and come to us?  Very easy is the answer but don’t just take our word for it.  You need to find out if you are contracted to your current provider and what the notice period is and importantly ask will they hold you […]

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New Wireless fire alarm installed in English Heritage Building

By |May 27th, 2021|

Heritage buildings offer a unique challenge to fire alarm installers. Historic buildings don’t have significant fire engineering inbuilt and are frequently used for a purpose completely different to their original intent. Often they are open to the public, and there are always concerns over the unique and irreplaceable nature of the interiors and the artefacts […]

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Update on life expectancy of Ziton fire alarm detectors

By |May 27th, 2021|

UTC Technologies, which manufactures the Ziton range of fire alarm systems, has recently released an update on the life expectancy of Ziton fire alarm detection devices.

Most point-type fire detectors manufactured and distributed by UTC Fire & Security have an estimated working life of around 10 years when used in dry, non-corrosive atmospheres and if they […]