Fire Alarm System Installations
Installing fire alarm systems into your home residence, commercial business or industrial facility allows you to rest easier knowing there is an ever watchful eye protecting your home or business from the destructive effects of fire or emergency situations.
Installing a Fire Alarm System
Installing a fire alarm system into your home residence or commercial business will only help give you peace of mind, meet any state or city building, fire and health requirements, it will even help you save money on your fire hazard insurance policy. (Contact your insurance agent for details)
Residential Fire Alarm Installations
A fire alarm company should always evaluate your residential fire prevention and alarm needs. This will include a walk through your home to evaluate all fire hazards present, evacuation routes available and allows the fire alarm company to listen to your needs, such as special art collections, rare books, computers or antiquities needing extra careful attention and a clean agent or carbon dioxide fire suppression system to avoid water damage.
When you install residential fire alarm systems into your home, the fire alarm company, certified fire alarm technician, or fire safety engineer may use fire protection systems, fire alarm systems, fire extinguishers even the use of clean agent fire suppression systems to design engineer and build your fire alarm system.
Commercial Fire Alarm Installations
You may be required as a business to install commercial fire alarm systems by state, city, and municipal health, building and fire codes. Your installed commercial fire alarm systems will require routine and frequent maintenance. Fire alarm companies provide services including tests and inspections that must be completed, generally according to NFPA standards and codes.
Contact a state licensed fire alarm companies to get estimates, bids or quotes allowing you to compare one fire alarm company to another helping you decide which fire alarm company will get to install your commercial fire alarm system. Make sure you know who will complete the work or if it will be sub-contracted out to another fire alarm company.
Industrial Fire Alarm Installations
Installations of industrial fire alarm systems usually require extra careful attention to what fire hazards are present, such as grease, gas, oil, electrical and otherwise. Fire alarm manufacturers design and engineer unique fire alarms capable of remote operation and viewing. Many states, cities and municipalities...even the fire hazard insurance companies require industrial facilities have installed fire alarm systems
The fire alarm company, certified fire alarm technician or fire safety engineer should design and engineer your fire protection, fire sprinklers, fire alarms, fire suppression systems and fire extinguishers by creating 3D maps, AUTOD maps, drafts, blueprints and/or drawings allowing your industrial facility to pass all "dots and spots" inspections, meet insurance company requirements, and any other applicable agencies. They should install your industrial fire alarm systems according to NFPA standards and codes.