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Argus Fire Protection Opens New Branch in Wellington NZ

Argus Fire Protection Opens New Branch in Wellington NZ

Argus Fire, the well-known fire protection providers are pleased to announce the opening of their new branch in Wellington at 58 Kent Terrace, Mt Victoria. This is great news for Wellingtonians as they join the increasing number of New Zealanders taking advantage of the far-reaching services offered by Argus Fire Protection. Their full range of services for the commercial and industrial sectors includes design and installation, regular testing and certification and on-going and preventative maintenance.

Argus Fire Protection is committed to providing the most advanced and intelligent systems and services to ensure life safety and property protection for some of New Zealand’s largest and most prestigious organisations. They have, deservedly, earned a reputation second to none for their, quality and competitiveness through hard work and emphasis on high levels of service. As their Managing Director, Jacqui Bensemann will tell you, “We protect what you value – your people, your business or livelihood and your premises – and we do it through fire protection and keeping your buildings compliant” and Argus Fire have remained true to this promise for over 20 years, resulting in outstanding client loyalty.

The team at Argus prides itself on developing a partnership relationship with all their clients and they achieve this with access to the most advanced technologies, with integrated smoke and heat detection units currently available and an intelligent communication interface system (EST3). The Argus solution always provides the highest possible protection for your employees, visitors, building contents and the building itself.

Being New Zealand owned and operated, with a well-established history is vitally important both to Argus Fire and their clients. They are well known for fire protection services which suit their clients’ needs, not tailoring their clients’ needs to suit their products or services, and they have an enviable reputation for highly skilled, industry experienced team members. This means they attract and retain the best in the business and the most promising young practitioners, as they realise that their success and their clients’ success is almost totally dependent on the people within their Argus team.

As part of their commitment to making life easier, the Argus service team take the hassle out of BWOF management. When your warrant is due for renewal, procedures are automatically put in place to ensure a smooth administration process takes place – just one more example of the Argus Fire team ‘working smarter’. For more information on this and Argus Fire’s other services, go to

Argus Fire are hosting an ‘opening party’ on 4th October at the White House Restaurant, Oriental Bay.


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