Commercial Technical Services has a vast amount of experience undertaking work for Registered Social Landlords. This includes upgrades to communal TV systems for authorities preparing for the digital switchover, installation of induction loop systems in community centres and residential homes, providing an increased level of security to residents and installing fire alarm and detection systems. More recently CTS has increased its range of services to include electrical contracting solutions and photovoltaic solar installations.
Communal TV - The timetable for the digital switchover is now agreed with a completion date of 2012. It is prudent for housing associations and councils with communal housing stock to plan their digital upgrade programme now to avoid the inevitable rush. As a company experienced in carrying out upgrades in this sector, we can help guide you through the process with surveys, system design, supply, installation and aftercare.
Security – Crime prevention and detection is an unfortunate but important consideration for any Council or Housing Association. We use the latest technology and installation techniques alongside our commitment to customer satisfaction to provide a professional level of service. Commercial Technical Services are able to offer a complete package of security solutions to ensure your residents have peace of mind.
Fire - Whether you have a fire risk assessment in place, a system design specification or are looking to have a complete system design and installation our team of project managers are able to help. CTS are also able to provide regular maintenance of existing systems to ensure compliance with UK legislation.
Warden Call - Utilising Commercial Technical Services experience in other areas we are able to interconnect the warden call with other security systems such as fire, door entry and access control. From design, installation to certification, Commercial Technical Services will ensure that you receive a quality service.
Induction Loops – The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) is now in full force. It obliges service providers such as housing associations and councils to make available facilities which ensure access to disabled customers. This includes the deaf and partially hearing community who are by far the largest group of disabled people in the UK.
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