Our trusted process is both comprehensive and streamlined…
Get in touch with us by phone or email to start the journey. You can upload your building floor plans for our team to review – no obligation.
Our experts thoroughly assess your project drawings and prepare detailed design drawings for a proposed Halo installation.
We send you a quotation with these plans, including specifications for the system; or we’ll contact you first if we have any queries.
You can submit our drawings for building control approval. We carry out a free site survey to check that everything tallies with the drawings, and plan the installation to dovetail with your works.
On the appointed day we begin our installation. We pressure-test the system and carry out other commissioning tests to ensure Halo is set up and fully operational.
We also certify this and the warranty so the building owner has the necessary documentation for sign-off by Building Control / Approved Inspector. Our service agreement covers yearly service checks, including full re-commissioning.
Avoid Rogue Traders/Installers
Be smart and avoid unscrupulous companies. A test report does NOT mean that all the stipulations of the British Standard are adhered to. Please see below a list of some of the essentials to fully comply:
- Hydraulic calculations are required alongside a full proposal for building control
- Must be ceiling mounted
- Must be of a wet pipe design
- Must have a mechanically operated spray head
- Priority demand valve required unless sufficient incoming water flow can be confirmed. For example, Domestic min 37 ltrs/m or Residential min 62 ltrs