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What a year! 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone with COVID-19 forcing us to revise the way we work in order to keep our staff and customers safe. Fortunately, Eurofyre has been able to adapt quickly and avoid too much disruption to the service we offer. We hope, as we are sure everyone […]

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An atrium is a large open-air or skylight covered space in a building. Atria were a common feature in ancient Roman buildings, providing light and ventilation to the interior. Modern atria are usually several storeys high with a glazed roof or large windows and are typically situated just beyond the main entrance of a building. […]

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Holiday villas are a luxury alternative to traditional hotels or hostel accommodation. This type of accommodation is very popular in Europe, some parts of South-East Asia and in the Middle East. Villas typically provide luxury accommodation – usually a self-contained, high-end two bedroom apartment with private kitchen and bathroom facilities – for holiday makers. However, […]

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FyreLine linear heat detection is used to provide an early warning of fire or overheating equipment. It is cost-effective and can be used in place of, or alongside, conventional detectors to provide an increased level of protection. Linear heat detection uses a heat sensing cable to detect changes in temperature. The cable is capable of […]

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Disabled or accessible toilets are designed to accommodate people with physical disabilities. They are typically more spacious than standard toilet facilities to allow space for wheelchairs or carers and often include a higher toilet bowl, grab rails and extended flush handles and taps for easier control. Accessible toilets are typically found in public areas such […]

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