OHEAP Fire & Security is a third-generation family-run business. We’ve been protection specialists since 1958 and are trusted by over 7000 customers nationwide.
When our founder, Oswald Heap set up O. Heap & Sons all those years ago he had a vision.
“Empowering people to protect their business”
This means, that using the wealth of knowledge and experience we’ve amassed as a company over the last 50 years, we want to share with our customers the knowledge, expertise, and equipment to help protect their business.
We strive to hire the best people and make them better. Our staff are the core of our business, we believe that by hiring great people and developing them further throughout their career we can provide our customers with the best solutions, service and experience.
We recognise that most of our products are only called upon in an emergency so you need to be confident they’ll work when you need them. This is why we only work with the best products and have built a robust and accredited servicing plan for every element.
The safety of our customers and employees is paramount. Throughout all of our services, you’ll find we’ve been accredited by a leading third-party body to ensure we are regularly assessed and always work to the highest standards.
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