Fire Extinguisher Maintenance
Portable fire extinguishers and other portable fire fighting equipment such as fire blankets should be inspected and serviced regularly to ensure they will operate correctly in the event of fire.
Fire Extinguisher Installation
Our expert team of Engineers can quickly assess the risks and provide a survey and quotation on the required equipment. Please Contact Us for more information or to book a free Engineer survey.
Fire Alarm Maintenance
Our team of experienced professional engineers are trained to the highest possible standards and can service your system in accordance with BS5839-1:2017
Fire Alarm Design & Installation
Our expert fire alarm design team can design any fire alarm system either off plan or by survey and follow the job through right up to commissioning and Routine Maintenance.
Dry Riser Testing
A Dry Riser is a system of valves and pipework which enables the Fire Service to pump large quantities of water on to the upper floors of tall buildings for fighting fires.
Fire & First Aid Training
Ofqual regulated training. Our courses are delivered by a team of experienced instructors in both the fire industry and the medical profession

Latest News

  • Thursday, 18 January 2018

    M-Fire are now an approved Qualsafe Training Centre. We provide regular training courses at our Centre or a venue of your choice. Contact us for further details, you won't be disappointed and the price is right.... Read More
  • Manchester Landlord handed 12 month suspended sentance

    Monday, 7 August 2017

    Man showed ‘disregarded’ of the law 09 DECEMBER 2016  FIRE SAFETY SIGNS & NOTICES   FD&A  EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT A Manchester landlord has been ordered ... Read More
  • £50K Fine for Fire Safety at Cheshire Care Home

    Thursday, 13 July 2017

    Company pleads guilty to offences A care home company in Cheshire has been fined £50,000 after admitting to serious breaches of fire safety regulations, reports ITV. Four Seasons (No 9) Ltd plead guilty to two breaches of the Reg... Read More
  • York Landlord slapped with 7k fine for

    Saturday, 10 June 2017

    A landlord from York has been handed a £7,000 fine and ordered to pay additional costs after admitting to breaching fire safety rules. In September last year, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service attended a fire at a block of flats owned by M... Read More
  • Landlord hit with 5k fine over fire safety breaches

    Monday, 24 April 2017

    A landlord who exposed his tenants to "miserable living conditions” because of fire safety hazards has been hit with a hefty fine, reports the St Helens Star. Mr Darshan Sidhu was ordered to pay more than £5,000 after fire escapes in the HMO wer... Read More
  • Property Company told to pay £460k folowing fatal retirement blaze

    Wednesday, 12 April 2017

    One of the biggest fines ever handed out 12 APRIL 2017   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A property company responsible for managing a retirement home has been ordered to pay a massive fine of £360,000 plus a further ... Read More
  • BSI reaffirms commitment to European standards system following brexit talks

    Thursday, 9 February 2017

    Update follows Theresa May speech 08 FEBRUARY 2017   OTHER  BSI has re-affirmed its commitment to the European Standards System in the wake of Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech on the subject of Britain’s ex... Read More
  • Princess Anne is due to visit the Sense day service in Bourne this Friday 3rd February

    Tuesday, 31 January 2017

    Princess Anne is due to visit the Sense day service in Bourne this Friday, it has been announced.     HRH The Princess Royal, who has been a patron of Sense since 1989, will visit the national dis... Read More
  • Businesses in West Yorkshire pay out nearly £500,000 in false alarm charges

    Monday, 16 January 2017

    Firms charged £375 a time 16 JANUARY 2017   FD&A  Businesses in West Yorkshire have shelled out almost £500,000 in false alarm charges to the local fire service, reports the Huddersfield Examiner. ... Read More
  • Southwark Council faces prosecution over Lakanal house fire

    Thursday, 5 January 2017

    London Fire Brigade prosecutes over fire safety regulations  Southwark Council is facing prosecution over the tragic fire at Lakanal House in 2009, which saw six people die. London Fire Brigade has brought 22 charges against the ... Read More
  • Peterborough Landlord Prosecuted for unsafe housing

    Monday, 19 December 2016

    Property fell short of 5 out of 11 HMO rules 16 DECEMBER 2016    A landlord from Peterborough has been ordered to pay fines totalling £5,300 and costs after failing to comply with 5 of the 11 regulations around o... Read More
  • Hotel dubbed

    Saturday, 26 November 2016

    Local council shuts premises in Rhyl 24 NOVEMBER 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A hotel in Rhyl, Wales, described by visitors as 'beyond my worst nightmare', 'worst place I've ever seen', 'disgusting beyond belief' and 'the wo... Read More
  • Huge 42k fine for Landlord who breached Fire Safety Rules

    Monday, 7 November 2016

    No fire precautions or fire escapes 04 NOVEMBER 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A landlord from South Woodford has been handed a whopping fine of £42,000 for failing to comply with a prohibition order related to a number ... Read More
  • Residents

    Saturday, 22 October 2016

    CQC publishes scathing report 20 OCTOBER 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  'People were not protected against the associated risks with fire’ was the verdict of a CQC report into the Highfield House Residential Home in Durham. ... Read More
  • Housing Manager back in Dock over fire safety failings

    Sunday, 2 October 2016

    Man faces fines totalling nearly £50,000 30 SEPTEMBER 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A housing manager from Nottingham faces fines of almost £50,000 after being landed with a further £23,000 fine for fire saf... Read More
  • Suspended Sentence for restaurant owner after fire breaks out

    Tuesday, 20 September 2016

    6-month sentence suspended for 18 months 19 SEPTEMBER 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A restaurant owner from Bristol has been handed a suspended prison sentence after a fire broke out at the establishment, reports Somerset Liv... Read More
  • Extinguisher colour coding in Britain throughout the years

    Wednesday, 31 August 2016

      September 1951   On the 4th September 1951. BSI asked whether there is a recognised practice for colour of extinguishers in Britain. We replied there is a general rule that soda-acid, water/CO2 and foam should be red, with... Read More
  • VACANCIES

    Monday, 8 August 2016

    We are currently looking for Temporary Fire Alarm and Emergency Lighting Engineers. for Servicing and Remedial Works  Must have own transport, Equipment and Tools. Duration 4 - 6 Weeks Areas to be co... Read More
  • Landlord narrowly avoids jail over fire safty breaches.

    Friday, 29 July 2016

    Man receives 39 week suspended sentence 26 JULY 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A landlord from Preston, Lancashire, has narrowly avoided jail after putting his tenants lives at risk in a ‘death trap’ flat without adequate ... Read More
  • Coroner calls for sprinkler systems in all new homes following tragic fire death

    Saturday, 2 July 2016

    Man died after chip pan fire at home 01 JULY 2016  WATERMIST & SPRINKLERS   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  The senior coroner in Derbyshire has called for sprinkler systems to be fitted in all new homes, following the tra... Read More
  • Shop owner put employees at “risk of death” Suspended prison sentence and 180 hours unpaid work

    Wednesday, 22 June 2016

    22 JUNE 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A Liverpool Crown Court judge has condemned the owner of a shop because he "put employees at serious risk of death or serious injury” and "just couldn’t be bothered” to carry out fir... Read More
  • Restaurant opened with no Fire Alarm

    Tuesday, 14 June 2016

    14 JUNE 2016   Obstructed fire exits, defective emergency lighting and the absence of a working fire alarm, were amongst the faults found during the inspection of the Chichester, West Sussex branch of the Wildwood restaurant chain. ... Read More
  • Landlords Fined after letting out home with no fire doors or smoke alarms

    Saturday, 21 May 2016

    Fine of almost £3000 handed out A pair of landlords from Luton have been slapped with a fine totalling almost £3000 after the property they were renting out was found to be in breach of licensing and fire safety rules. The pair, Mr Wi... Read More
  • Landlord who put profit before lives Jailed for Fire Safety Offences

    Friday, 15 April 2016

    19-month sentence handed down 07 APRIL 2016   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A landlord who ‘put profit before lives’ has been sentenced to 19 months in jail after a string of fire safety offences were found at one of his prop... Read More
  • Company admits to five separate breaches

    Thursday, 24 March 2016

    The operators of the Donwell House Care Home in Wearside have been handed a massive £400,000 fine at Newcastle Crown Court after admitting five breaches of fire safety rules. The failings were uncovered by Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue Service in ... Read More
  • Recurring offender admits breaches

    Saturday, 19 March 2016

    A landlord in Merseyside has admitted to breaching fire safety rules at a property rented out by him and his wife. Mr Adrian Webb and his wife Lynn were each fined £8,000 for the offences and were both ordered to pay a £120 victim surcharge an... Read More
  • TWO mystery overnight car fires to be investigated by police

    Sunday, 13 March 2016

    Two separate car blazes fought by fire crews are being passed to police for further investigation. Firefighters were called to a Renault Kangoo van on fire in Doddington Road, Lincoln, at around 2.38am this morning, Sunday, March 13. The cre... Read More
  • Due to popular demand we are holding another Fire Marshall Course in January

    Tuesday, 1 December 2015

    Due to popular demand we are now holding another Fire Marshall Course at M-Fire HQ in January. Dates to be confirmed. Watch this space or Contact us now for more details ... Read More
  • Fire Marshall Training at M-Fire HQ 17th February

    Tuesday, 24 November 2015

    Our next Fire Marshall course is 17th Feb we only have a few places left. They are going like hot cakes. Contact us now ... Read More
  • Fire Marshall Training at M-Fire HQ 18th November

    Monday, 7 September 2015

    Hurry We only have 6 places available on our course. The next one won't be until the New Year. Contact us now to book your place.... Read More
  • Exning Primary School fire 'suspicious'

    Saturday, 5 September 2015

    A blaze broke out at a primary school in Suffolk overnight which gutted a classroom, forcing it to close. More than 20 firefighters from Suffolk and Cambridgeshire were called to Exning Primary School near Newmarket at about 00:50 BST. A shed was also... Read More
  • Flame Gun recalled after killing 86-year-old man in his garden

    Tuesday, 25 August 2015

    A flame gun used for killing weeds has been recalled after an 86-year-old man was killed in his garden while using one. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of the tragic death of Francis. Francis Dunlop was using the Kill Weed device in his gar... Read More
  • Dry Riser Equipment that could save lives has been stolen

    Wednesday, 12 August 2015

    Dorset Fire and Rescue Service has warned that vital fire safety equipment stolen from a  block of flats could potentially cost lives. Thieves stole dry risers, a pipe which runs through a building with outlets to allow firefighters to quickly get wa... Read More
  • Kitchen damaged by fire in Bourne

    Monday, 3 August 2015

    A kitchen in Bourne was severely damaged by fire yesterday lunchtime. Firefighters from Bourne, Spalding and Market Deeping turned out to extinguish it, with Lincolnshire Fire and Emergency Support giving support to the occupant. The kitchen workt... Read More
  • Pub Landlady commits multiple Fire Safety Offences

    Thursday, 30 July 2015

       Sentencing deferred because breaches ‘so serious’ A public house landlady has been committed to crown court for sentencing after pleading guilty to multiple fire safety offences. Ms Carmel Heathcote of the Harrow Inn, Boughton, near N... Read More
  • Arsonists set trees on fire in Peterborough

    Monday, 20 July 2015

    15:13Monday 20 July 2015 Smoke was seen across part of Peterborough this afternoon (Monday) after trees were set alight by arsonists. Fire crews were called to Norwood Lane in Paston, Peterborough at 12.20pm after reports of... Read More
  • Fire scare at house in Whaplode

    Friday, 17 July 2015

    08:32Friday 17 July 2015 0 HAVE YOUR SAY Fire crews were called to a house in Whaplode where a strip light overheated on Thursday. Crews from Holbeach and Spalding were called out just after 11.10pm to a h... Read More
  • Firefighters tackle van and shed blaze in Moulton Chapel

    Tuesday, 14 July 2015

    11:47Tuesday 14 July 2015 0 HAVE YOUR SAY Fire crews from two stations have been called out to tackle a van and shed ablaze in Moulton Chapel. The blaze broke out after diesel leaked from a van in Moulton ... Read More
  • Staff help fire crews with Ancaster recycling fire clean-up

    Thursday, 9 July 2015

    Workers at a recycling plant hit by a severe fire are helping firefighters shift waste away from the area. The fire at Mid UK Recycling at Barkston Heath in Lincolnshire destroyed thousands of bales of waste. Six fire engines and 35 firefighters remai... Read More
  • Landlord prosecuted for a second time

    Monday, 29 June 2015

    29 JUNE 2015   A 12 month prison sentence, suspended for two years, has been handed to a Manchester landlord who did not provide any fire safety precautions in his property for more than three years. Javed Waraich was also ordered t... Read More
  • Another landlord breaches rules

    Wednesday, 24 June 2015

    Another landlord breaches rules 24 JUNE 2015   FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT  A landlord in Cambridge has been hit with a £6000 fine after he was found to have breached a number of safety and licensing regulations. Mr Maciej W... Read More
  • Concerns over the safety of appliances have been raised by The Chief Fire Officers

    Thursday, 18 June 2015

    Concerns over the safety of appliances have been raised by The Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA), following a report by consumer organisation, Which?. The research revealed that around 12,000 fires were caused by faulty appliances, such as washing ma... Read More
  • Firefighters tackle barn fire in Castle Bytham

    Wednesday, 3 June 2015

    16:15Wednesday 03 June 2015 0 HAVE YOUR SAY Firefighters from Grantham and four other stations are dealing with a barn fire in Castle Bytham. The crews were called out at about 3.15pm to the f... Read More
  • Burnt out extractor fan causes chaos at Brayford Street in Lincoln

    Monday, 25 May 2015

          SHARE PICTURE Firefighters were called out to the scene at around 1.30pm on Monday,... Read More
  • Dogs saved in a 'severe' fire at Salford kennels

    Tuesday, 19 May 2015

    Two of the dogs were given oxygen to revive them Ten dogs were rescued from a "severe" fire at a private kennels in Salford in which four animals died. Firefighters resuscitated two dogs after the blaze at a house on Kenyon Way in Little Hulton whi... Read More
  • Luton lollipop man sacked for stopping fire engine

    Saturday, 16 May 2015

    15 May 2015   From the sectionBeds, Herts & Bucks  The fire service said the engine was held up on St Ethelbert Avenue, Luton A lollipop man who stopped a fire engine on its way to a 999 call has been sacke... Read More
  • Claudia Winkleman relives Halloween fire that injured her daughter

    Thursday, 14 May 2015

    Strictly Come Dancing presenter Claudia Winkleman has spoken for the first time about the serious burns her daughter suffered in a Halloween costume fire. Matilda, eight, was in a witch's costume when it brushed against a candle at a house in London la... Read More
  • Royal station in Ballater destroyed by fire

    Tuesday, 12 May 2015

    NE Scotland, Orkney & Shetland   Royal station in Ballater destroyed by fire 1 hour ago   From the sectionNE Scotland, Orkney & Shetland  ... Read More
  • Police Car fire outside election count in Leicesershire

    Saturday, 9 May 2015

    Election 2015: Arrests over police car fire at Bosworth count 8 May 2015   From the sectionElection 2015 England  Onlookers said the car 'exploded' and glass was blown across Coventry Road Five me... Read More
  • Clandon Park House fire: Mansion left a 'shell'

    Thursday, 30 April 2015

    'Devastating' blaze at Clandon Park stately home 29 April 2015 Last updated at 21:17 BST Fire-fighters are tackling a large fire at a stately home in Surrey. The National Trust looks after the property, Clandon Park House, which was buil... Read More
  • London hotel record £200k fine for fire safety breaches

    Saturday, 25 April 2015

    Mar 18, 2015 | Prosecutions |The former owner of a Bayswater hotel has been hit with London’s biggest ever fine for an individual for violating fire safety rules. London Fire Brigade said guests’ lives were put in jeopardy due to the sh... Read More
  • Suspended jail sentence for ignoring fire risk warnings

    Thursday, 15 January 2015

    15 Jan 2015   The director of a wood recycling plant in Northamptonshire has been given a suspended prison sentence after being prosecuted by the Environment Agency for failing to comply with safety regulations and ignoring warnings about fire ri... Read More
  • Warning to check smoke alarms after fatal house fire near Holbeach

    Friday, 9 January 2015

    FRIDAY 3.35PM: An appeal for people to check their smoke alarms has been made after a house fire near Holbeach in which an elderly woman died.   Police and fire investigators are currently at the scene where an 84-year-old woman died when a fire ... Read More
  • Car fire on A16 last night

    Thursday, 8 January 2015

    Alford and Louth fire teams attended a car fire on the A16, South of Louth late last night. Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue services were called out to the incident at 6.55pm. The car sustained severe fire damage, which firefighters believe was caused by ... Read More
  • Women cut out of car by fire fighters in spalding

    Sunday, 4 January 2015

    A woman has been cut out of a car by firefighters after a crash at Spalding. Crews from Spalding were called to Fen End Lane at around 2.20am this morning.    They had to use equipment and small tools to cut the wom... Read More
  • Corby Glen Fire fighter named on new Years honours

    Thursday, 1 January 2015

    Corby Glen Fire fighter named on New Years Honours list Brian Walsingham of Corby Glen has a BEM in the New Year's honours list EMN-141229-155936009 Published on the31December  2014  09:13 ... Read More
  • Corby Glen firefighter named on New Year’s Honours

    Thursday, 1 January 2015

    http://www.stamfordmercury.co.uk/webimage/1.6497241.1420017181!/image/605156079.jpg_gen/derivatives/articleImgDeriv_628px/605156079.jpg... Read More
  • Fire Fighters to warn Christmas revellers to stay safe in the home

    Friday, 12 December 2014

    Lincolnshire firefighters are issuing a safety warning to householders to cut down on the risk from Christmas decorations - and unattended cookers.The appeal... Read more: http://www.lincolnshireecho.co.uk/news#ixzz3LiaMG0CN  ... Read More
  • Firefighters will strike for 24 hours in the ongoing dispute about pensions.

    Sunday, 7 December 2014

      Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out from 9am on Tuesday. Fire services in the area have called on residents and businesses to be alert and vigilant during strike action. Plans are in place to ensure fire cover is maint... Read More
  • Fire Badly damages chippie

    Friday, 5 December 2014

    A Swineshead chip shop has been left badly damaged after a fire swept through it on Tuesday night. Fire Crews used water jets to put out the blaze at Chipped and Battered in South Street just before 6pm. A build up of fat in the extractor system is th... Read More
  • Fire Destroys Part of Village Pub

    Wednesday, 15 October 2014

    Local Pub Landlord Andrew O'Shea appeals to the local community for help following a blaze at his pub The Ship in Pointon.  http://www.sleafordstandard.co.uk/news/local/landlord-appeals-for-a-diy-sos-from-the-community-after-blaze-guts-pub... Read More

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