& Communication Systems
Fire alarm specialists . Fire alarm maintenance . Fire risk assessment . Fire alarm systems
Since 1997, Drax has been providing fire alarm systems and services throughout the UK. Our customer base has grown to include NHS Trusts, Universities, Prisons and high profile commercial organisations.
Based in Letchworth, Hertfordshire the company is well placed to serve its customers either directly or through a network of appointed partners to give UK wide coverage. The company has grown considerably in recent years, benefiting from professional management and committed financial backing.
Experience - Our reference list shows our ability to work in a variety of environments offering innovative solutions to life safety and property protection issues. Drawing upon decades of collective experience, we will use our expertise to provide the appropriate solution to your issue.
Range - By maintaining an independent and open minded attitude Drax is able to offer appropriate product solutions for your application. Whilst we have selected key suppliers for many areas we are always happy to discuss your specific needs including existing supplier involvement in a building or a site.
Commitment - Drax is owned by the management team and our aim is to establish and nurture long term client relationships. This means that we always strive for complete customer satisfaction and take a long term view when assessing commercial arrangements.
Capability - We manage contracts valued between £100 to £2M. We have procedures, policies and insurance in place to enable us to successfully comply with the myriad of contract and legislative requirements.
What Do We Do?
Design, supply, install, test and commission systems for fire alarm, security, CCTV, alarm management and system integration projects
Provide service & support contracts, call out facilities and remote interrogation
Fire risk assessment
Offer advice and consultancy on a wide range of life safety and property protection issues and project management from inception to introduction