Colin and Jackie Gibson purchased the Firewatch Wanganui agency in June, 2006. Firewatch Wanganui’s territory encompasses a large rural sector, from Bulls, to Wanganui, to Hunterville, Taihape, Waiouru, Ohakune and Waverley. Firewatch Wanganui was ranked the second highest agency in the country, and top North Island agency for sales and service at the recent national conference.
Firewatch Wanganui inspects and maintains all fire fighting equipment and the installation of smoke detectors. The team is comprised of professionals and works under the standards for fire fighting equipment set down by local building authorities and the New Zealand Standards 4503..05. Colin Gibson has attended many training courses in the last three and- a-half years to become a recognised Independent Qualified Person (IQP). He is registered as an IQP with the four district councils surrounding Wanganui and can carry out building compliance annual audits for building owners and businesses.
Colin said Firewatch Wanganui are proud to offer to customers the largest range of fire fighting equipment in New Zealand. They also cover the largest service base in New Zealand. Firewatch Wanganui is a certified member of the Fire Protection Association of New. Firewatch Wanganui offers free advice on the correct installation of this equipment fire extinguishers and smoke alarms. Detectors are checked every year for a lot of Wanganui residents.
For the appropriate advice phone Firewatch Wanganui (06) 347 7799 or call into the workshop at 69 Moana St.