Why Lease Fire and Security Systems from Concept Fire & Security?
Just as many businesses now lease company cars and other office equipment, it is now possible to lease Fire and Security Alarm Systems from Concept Fire & Security.
Leasing Fire and Security Equipment is growing in popularity because many businesses find paying monthly for a system is more preferable than out-laying a large lump sum.
The cost of the Service and Maintenance of the system during the contract period can also be collected within the lease agreement if required. At the end of the lease period you have the option to extend the hire of the same equipment or upgrade systems under a new agreement.
How can Concept Fire and Security Help?
We are able to provide a range of leasing options for Fire Systems, Intruder Alarm, CCTV and Access Control Systems. Concept Fire & Security have distributor agreements with most leading Fire and Security Alarm manufacturers, and we are therefore able to offer the latest technology.
We also have a UK wide team of qualified service engineers who will ensure the system is maintained and inspection records completed to ensure your business meets its compliance obligations.
Benefits of Leasing
Leasing Fire and Security Systems is particularly beneficial for your cash-flow, especially for those companies moving to new premises that need to install an alarm for the initial setup. It also means that it can be easier to obtain budgetary approval as a smaller monthly sum can be easier to budget for than a large one off payment.
Whilst a Fire Risk Assessment will determine the category of the Fire Alarm System that should be installed, leasing the equipment may also mean that rather than installing a system you can afford, it is possible to install a higher specification system to protect your people, processes and property.
If you relocate your business during the lease agreement period, as long as it is practical to re-install the system at your new premises, (e.g. wireless systems) it is also really easy to transfer the lease to the new address. This is particularly attractive to businesses who occupy premises on short term leases as it means they can have the fire and security equipment they are paying for monthly re-installed at their new location.