(OPENPRESS) February 22, 2012 -- Hamble, Hampshire, UK based business, Detect Fire and Security, founded in 2003, have just been rewarded for their excellent service. The company has secured a further three year contract for all the University of Winchester's fire and security systems maintenance and testing requirements.
The contract will mean that Detect Fire and Security will be responsible for all the University's servicing which covers electronic fire systems as well as intruder alarms and access control (door entry) systems across both the academic buildings and the halls of residence.
Detect Fire and Security attributes it success to their hard working ethos, which they apply to benefit their customers.
Chris Ellis Co-Founder of Detect Fire and Security said, "We are extremely proud to have been chosen again as the service provider and system installer to this important educational client. This is a true testament to the service delivery that we provide to our clientele. It further cements our credentials and shows our understanding of the needs of those in the educational sector to their life and security systems. We have built our reputation on putting into practice our belief that businesses should be built upon providing enduring value to clients that goes beyond the bottom line."
Detect Fire and Security were first awarded a contract with the University of Winchester in January 2005.
Detect Fire and Security is a respected supplier of fire and security systems to businesses across the South of England. They have been providing Fire & Security solutions to customers across the South since 2003.
With over 50 years' of owner experience, they assess fire and security risks with expert advice to develop a solution to protect buildings and businesses, regardless of size (including small shops, large warehouses, offices or any type of building).
For more information, see the website at http://www.detectfs.co.uk .