Fire Services

City Coast Services’ number one priority is safety: for our customers, our employees and the community.

We work together with our clients to ensure their fire systems are available to work at their peak performance whenever they are required, thereby providing all parties with peace of mind.

Our team can provide inspection, testing, maintenance, modification, and installation services across a wide range of fire protection products and systems. We can manage all your project needs, from the early design stage right through to procurement, installation, and final certification.

Installing effective fire protection is more than just choosing the right equipment. It requires innovative thinking, practiced skills and a comprehensive understanding of the customer’s needs. City Coast Services has the right blend of qualifications, sound industry knowledge and experience to ensure your project runs smoothly and achieves the correct result.

We have a proven track record of providing successful fire system installations in commercial, industrial, health and aged care, education, and government facilities, always ensuring compliance with the appropriate codes and standards.

Types of Fire Services we offer

The availability of fire hydrants is essential in building fire protection plans. It is a system of connected water pipes that fire fighters can connect to tap into a continuous pressurised water supply.
Bushfire roof sprinkler systems are a vital defense for homes against embers and bush fires. When activated, the sprinklers spray the roof with water, providing full coverage via a network of sprinkler heads. City Coast Services are specialists in installing roof sprinkler systems that are designed for Australian conditions.
The six main fire extinguisher types are water, foam, CO2, powder, water mist and wet chemical. Each type of fire extinguisher is suitable for different fire classes. It is important that you purchase the right fire extinguisher for your needs.
Fire doors are given a fire-resistance rating and are constructed of materials that work together to slow or stop the spread of flames, smoke and, in certain applications, radiant and conductive heat transfer. Common materials include wood, steel, fiberglass, and fire-rated glass—or a combination of these materials. They are designed to be kept closed, and any gaps between the wall and the door must be filled with a fire-resistant sealant.
An emergency evacuation plan is a set of procedures developed to help facilitate safe evacuations in case of workplace emergencies. Emergency evacuation plans contain exit routes, locations of designated safe areas, and the specific steps to follow for each type of emergency.

Recent Fire Services work