Should you require an account, please download the below Credit Application and Terms and Conditions of Trade. Complete and return the Credit Application together with a copy of the Terms and Conditions via email, fax or post. Please allow approx. 2 weeks for your application to be processed.
Our terms of payment are strictly net cash (COD/Prepaid). Approved accounts have payment terms of 14 days from the date of invoice and will only be processed upon receipt of a duly completed and signed credit application without any alterations.
NB: an administration fee applies to overdue accounts
In Adelaide, South Australia. The day to day maintenance, service & sales operations are performed by our mobile team of capable Customer Service Technicians who will personally visit your premises. Our office and workshop facilities are located at our street address in Wingfield.
We are not wholesalers. However, we do offer discounts on the recommended retail price for minimum quantities purchased of certain items of fire equipment. We also offer a discounted rate on regular six-monthly maintenance for customers with multiple sites, containing more than 50 items of fire equipment per site, who enter into a Customer Service Agreement with Fire System Services.
Definitely not! Unfortunately, some operators in the fire industry give a false impression that they represent an elite Government task force. However, our title as “Service Providers” qualifies us to do simply that. All work should be carried out in accordance with Australian Standards, and a Certificate of Inspection for all work carried out should be provided by your Service Provider. Should you experience heavy-handed tactics from any employee or representative of any Service Provider, we strongly recommend you find another provider listed in the Yellow Pages Directory.
Adelaide CBD & Greater Metropolitan Areas, Gawler Belt, Adelaide Hills, Lower Barossa Valley, South Coast & Fleurieu Peninsula.
Yes, in December 2012, the previous versions of Australian Standard 1851 Maintenance of Fire Protection Equipment Parts 1 – 16 were superseded, revised & consolidated into one standard AS1851-2012 Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems and Equipment. We suggest you contact your local Service Provider to discuss how these changes may affect you.