Wet riser maintenance, testing, servicing & repair services
We provide an effective, affordable wet riser servicing and testing service that meets with all UK regulatory requirements. All work is fully insured and carried out with minimal disruption to your property. Our service is available across the south and east of the UK, including Southampton, London and Norwich.
If we carry out a wet riser maintenance service and any unscheduled work needs to take place, we can usually take care of those repairs on the same day. We also offer an emergency wet riser repair service.
Do I need a wet riser system?
If you manage or own a building that is above 60m in height, you are legally required to have a wet riser system as part of your fire safety solution. If there is a fire, this essential fire safety measure will help to keep the occupants of the building safe, along with the property itself. Aside from this, it will also ensure your insurance remains valid.
For any buildings that are below 60m, a dry riser system is needed.
Wet Riser Regulations: UK Legal Requirements
Wet riser maintenance and servicing is an important step in ensuring ongoing safety. But it’s also a legal requirement. Under UK wet riser regulations, BS9990:2015 dictates that wet risers need to be tested at least once a year.
BS9990:2015 British Standard
Wet riser maintenance contracts
If you have multiple premises and need a custom quote for a large wet riser maintenance service contract, our team of engineers can handle it. You can count on us to deliver a competitive quote with no compromise on service.
We offer a fully-managed wet riser servicing where we take care of the wet and dry risers, sprinklers and fire extinguishers throughout your property. We cover the south and east of England including Chelmsford, Maidstone, Brighton, London, Norfolk and Kent.
What is a Wet Riser & how does it work?
A wet riser is a fire safety water supply system that allows water to be distributed to multiple levels of a building. A wet riser system pumps water using a series of vertical pipes connected to a permanent water supply.
This provides reliable, effective water pressure and is a good fire safety solution for taller buildings (50m+) over a dry riser system. Read more about the differences between fire control systems here.
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You can request a free, no obligation quotation using the form below. Please give us as much information about your project as you can e.g. the location, size, services required, and a member of our friendly team will be in touch.