• A&E wins a contract to deliver 160 Fire Risk Assessments for a local housing association!

    Congratulations to Emily Purves our Fire Risk Assessment & Training Coordinator who successfully prepared and submitted a bid for A&E to carry out 160 Fire Risk Assessments for a local Housing Association. Emily and the A&E Fire Risk Assessment Team successfully fought off the competition and have been appointed by the association to carry out […]

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  • A&E Fire & Security raises over £500 For Acorns!

    A&E Acorns

    A&E Fire & Security raises over £500 For Acorns! Well done to all staff at A&E Fire & Security who helped raise just over £500.00 for Acorns Children’s Hospice following the charity quiz, Heads & Tails Game and auction at the annual company day. Acorns provide a network of specialist palliative nursing care and support for babies, […]

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  • A&E Help Slimbridge to Record Breaking Unbeaten Season!

    2016 was the first year that Slimbridge Cricket Club and A&E Fire and Security have been in partnership. A&E have been incredibly supportive of the team and helped them to complete much needed ground renovations, as well as purchase new playing shirts and training wear for the team. Now that the season is over, Slimbridge […]

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  • The 3Ds at A&E

    Meet the Deveson Brothers, three Service Engineers now working for A&E Fire & Security Local company, A&E Fire & Security recently welcomed the third member of the Deveson brothers, former students of Millbrook Academy, to their team. Chay (17) has just completed the obligatory probationary period, becoming a permanent team member and completing the trio […]

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  • A&E Minimum Standards

    Fire Protection Customer Service

    The way that we interact with our customers is so important. First impressions count. We take the time to establish, develop and build our relationships, developing trust and confidence to reassure you we are the professionals and are capable to deliver customer service you expect. Our engineers introduce themselves by name and always explain clearly […]

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  • What is an analogue-addressable fire alarm system?

    Kentec Addressable Control Panel

    Analogue? Addressable? Analogue-addressable fire alarm systems give details on individual detectors, whereas conventional systems only give information about specific circuits or zones. Addressable or “intelligent” fire alarm systems are designed for large commercial premises and more complex networked systems, since they are much more expensive and more complicated than conventional two- or four-wire systems, having […]

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  • A&E Fire’s Wheelie Good Cycling Team!

    This year A&E Fire & Security are once again taking up the challenge of ‘The Ride for Ryder Cycling Event’ to raise money on behalf of Sue Ryder’s Leckhampton Court Hospice. We have a team of 10 who will be attempting to complete either a 15 or 55 miles route around The Cotswolds. The 55 […]

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  • Two new vans on the road for 2016

    Two new vans on the road for 2016 for our Engineers Gemma Gerencer and Simon Cameron. They are supplied and fitted by Go Transport Group and they look fantastic!

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  • A&E Fire & Security becomes an NSI Approved company!

    We are pleased to announce that our company has further enhanced the security products and services we provide to our customers by achieving National Security Inspectorate (NSI) accreditation and certification. Becoming NSI approved demonstrates the quality of our work and can provide the reassurance that we work to the highest industry standards demanded by the […]

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  • GO Fleet Management helps A&E to keep responding

    Gloucestershire based GO Fleet Services (part of the GO Transport Group) is helping A&E Fire Equipment to keep their fleet on the road and enabling them to provide an essential response service to their customers. GO Fleet services undertakes proactive monthly fleet safety inspections on A&E Fire’s entire fleet of vans and cars, in addition […]

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