We are recruiting . Further details here: https://www.indeedjobs.com/balmoral-systems-ltd/_hl/en_GB?cpref=JXWAtnzf3XWjLOi4YeVNLnsfzg9-fxtSOcegEwRMSdM
Balmoral are pleased to announce a new member to our expanding office team. Paige joins us as an additional Service Co-ordinator and has settled into the office extremely well. #FireSafety #Staff
Balmoral office is shut today, due to adverse weather & #StormEmma Office staff are checking emails. However, all engineers are snowed in! be safe everyone Avon & Somerset Constabulary advise not to use the roads as conditions are dangerous!
BT intends to phase out the UK Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). This will affect alarm monitoring including Dual-Coms.
Over the next few years, BT aims to phase out the UK Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN). PSTN – This is the traditional phone line that … Continue reading
Balmoral Systems are extremely proud of Lauren, one of the newest members of our team. Lauren joined us on 13th December 2017 as an apprentice engineer, and has settled in extremely well. Balmoral are supporting Lauren, so that she can … Continue reading
Balmoral Systems are proud to support Curo’s charity Dorothy House Local charity Dorothy House Hospice Care received a welcome boost with a donation of £6,500 raised by staff working for Curo. Curo colleagues chose Dorothy … Continue reading
We now accept all major credit and debit cards. Please contact the office if you wish to pay by credit or debit card
Hello, Our normal Bristol number is 0117 927 7294. We still have our 0845 450 336 , however we do not promote it. Calls to 0845 450 3366 will cost 2 pence per minute plus your phone company’s access charge … Continue reading
A landlady has been fined £160,000 and ordered to pay £40,000 prosecution costs for breaking fire safety laws following a fatal fire in one of the Hounslow properties she rented out. Surinder Rana was found guilty of four offences under the Regulatory Reform … Continue reading
According to the latest government statistics, more than a third of non-residential premises audited last year by FRAs (fire and rescue authorities) were not fully compliant with the government’s Fire Safety Order. Action was taken in 12,932 premises as a … Continue reading