Is Wireless better for your construction site project?

Any good entrepreneur will tell you that safety is paramount to a business. Without proper safety precautions, your staff and customers could be seriously injured, and at the very best, you could suffer losses to equipment and other goods. But it’s not always as simple as choosing any old wireless alarm or the first fire alarm you set eyes on – safety and security is a worthwhile investment and should be treated as such.

With so many fire hazards in the workplace, it is vital that you equip your construction sites with quality alarms before employing staff or welcoming customers. Fire alarms can be split into two categories: wired and wireless. While there are pros and cons of both, companies are choosing wireless alarms for their construction site projects for several reasons.

Wireless systems are much cheaper to install than their wired counterparts, thus making them a great choice for businesses on a budget or more established companies who need a new yet cost effective system. Since there are no cables and wires associated with them, they are relatively easy to install, prompting many projects to cut down on installation costs by doing the work themselves. However, Bull Products are able to manage this service for you. For more information, feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements. We are able to plan your layouts, programme your alarms, and assist you with any technical difficulties you may have.

A new start-up business can be costly, and nobody wants to invest in a project that may or may not succeed. With wireless alarms, you can easily move the entire system from one place to another. You don’t need to worry about paying someone to cut the wires and transfer it for you, and you don’t have to pay for new alarms in the next project. You never know how quickly your business may grow and expand, and the more equipment you can keep hold of, the more money you’ll save on future sites.

Of course, the main benefit of wireless alarms is the fact that they have no wires. Ever wondered how you’re going to wire anything up to the areas which are difficult to access? The answer is simple – you don’t need to. Wireless transmission will reach every part of your building (even if the Wifi doesn’t!). You have the option to start off with a smaller range and then extend it to reach furthers areas. Keeping your business safe doesn’t have to be difficult, and wireless fire alarms are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to alert your workforce of any dangers.