Customer Survey Winner for October

Every month Budget-fire offers its customers the chance to win £25 worth of ‘Love2shop’ high street vouchers. Customers are asked to fill out a customer survey questionnaire after purchasing and each month a winner is randomly selected.

In October the lucky winner was Mr L from Barford in Warwickshire.  Having completed the customer survey questionnaire his entry was immediately entered into the prize draw.

‘Love2Shop’ is a highstreet gift voucher that is accepted by over 80 leading retailers with 20,000 stores nationwide. Shops include House of Fraser, WH Smith, HMV and New Look

Don’t miss the chance to enter, simply place your order at

Good Luck !

Budget-Fire receive BAFE certification

Budget-Fire are pleased to announce their BAFE  certification for the maintenance of portable fire extinguishers.

Budget-Fire offer a nationwide team of BAFE registered fire extinguisher service engineers. Being accredited with the BAFE certification and being able to display the BAFE logo on our website will give customers a visible way of recognising the professional competence of our company and the reassurance that the work carried out through us is of a consistently high standard anywhere in the country.

BAFE is a non-profit making organisation dedicated to improving the standards in fire protection. Companies who achieve BAFE accreditation are able to demonstrate their competence and quality of their service through this third party certification.

Budget-Fire offer extinguisher installation, maintenance and commissioning but do not have contracts that tie customers in for several years. For further information on our extinguishers or related services, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0800 088 7309 or visit our website:

Budget-Fire’s BAFE registration number is: FS 544357

Three children tragically die in house fire

Three children have died as a result of a house fire in Bridlington. The children are believed to be aged nine, five and three and were occupants of the house in Clarence Avenue, Bridlington when the fire broke out just before midnight.

A woman aged 27 years old was also rescued from the fire and is believed to be in a critical condition in Scarborough hospital.
The cause of the fire is yet unknown but it is thought that the fire started from within the property. A joint investigation between the fire service and police is now in progress to identify the cause.