AICO Alarms and Control Switch Fitted by Scottish Council
- Published: Thursday, 15 May 2014 08:59
Denbighshire County Council in North Wales is fitting Aico Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms in to all of its properties containing gas and solid fuel appliances in anticipation of changing safety and building regulations.
Form met function on Wednesday 9th April for the launch of MK Electric’s Elements Collection at London’s Ice Tank Studios where guests ranging from interior designers to architects alike were joined by Wayne Hemingway, one of Britain’s most iconic and celebrated designers, and co-founder of one of our best-loved fashion brands Red or Dead to celebrate the new stylish, design-led range of wiring accessories.
Turning down the thermostat by 1°C can cut household heating bills by 10%, according to the Energy Saving Trust. And switching off ‘on standby’ appliances could save almost £40 per year for a typical three bed flat.
Paradigm Housing Group, a leading provider of affordable housing in the south-east of England and long term user of Aico alarms, has recently completed the Aico Fire Products Trained Installer Scheme.
Trent & Dove Housing has recently completed a major Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm installation programme using solely Aico mains powered alarms and accessories.
Aimed at the premium residential, hotel and specification market, the new MK Elements Collection of wiring accessories – including electronic touch control dimmers and switches alongside a comprehensive range of mechanical devices – offers contractors a superb opportunity to add value and profit by delivering either eclectic or bespoke design-led products to their clients.
Nottinghamshire’s A1 Housing has announced its decision to install Aico Ei160RC Series alarms into its flats, in light of a fire safety review following the tragic Lakanal House tower block fire in London.