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  • HMO & Multi-Lets

    HMOs Regulation 37A fire supression systems

    Due to the change of use on a use from use class A1 to use class Sui Generis, I have been instructed by building control to install a fire supression system, apparently there are two systems mist or sprinkler.

    This is a first for me, I just thought  would reach out if anyone else has had the same experience ?

    The HMO will have 10 rooms, 5 on the ground floor and 5 on the first floor, the first floor will have a shared kitchen.  There will be inter linked smoke detectors and fire doors fitted to all rooms, with the escape route down the stairs and out throught the front door.

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    Hi Arran,

    I've looked into this before and if you are refurbishing the property a mains system of misting is good but stand alone units that look like radiator cases are available with there own tank .

    I've installed a mains system on a domestic property for a client who wanted open plan living.

    They are really neat but expensive

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