Operating within the critical sector for specialist passive fire protection, Checkmate Fire Solutions Ltd. has established a leading reputation for delivering cost-effective fire compliance services to a broad base of clients.
Having begun operations in 1989 as Checkmate Passive Fire Protection, Checkmate Fire Solutions Ltd today works to further expand its established customer base, while continuing to support its existing clients. The company has earned a leading position as a wholly owned business that works specifically with passive fire solutions, with a large part of its turnover consisting of repeat business from prestigious organisations and blue-chip companies. These include AVIVA, Great Ormond Street Hospital among NHS trusts across the UK and most leading construction firms.
With offices located in both West Yorkshire and Essex within the UK with more to follow in the coming years and additional agencies within Dubai and Bahrain, Checkmate Fire Solutions is well placed to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of passive fire solutions.
Checkmate’s wide expanse of services comprised of passive fire installation and survey services across the whole range of solutions and now also includes the supply and installation of Alufire glazing, a BRE certified product that’s fire and smoke resistant with some attractive additional benefits. As the Sole distributer and installer for Alufire throughout the UK and Ireland Checkmate is poised to offer this unrivalled product nationwide.
Checkmate Fire Solutions is well placed to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of passive fire solutions. Add to that a comprehensive restructuring with David Pringle appointed to manage the Marketing Department, new state-of-the-art CRM software and a growing team of specialists throughout the UK and you can see why Checkmate Fire are the number one choice for building fire protection. Checkmate Fire Solutions also holds several industry standards, which allow it to demonstrate a full understanding of the issues surrounding passive fire protection and the levels of regulation that relate to the field.