Fire Alarm Services
Many states and city municipalities have adopted NFPA standards and codes for proper service and maintenance for your installed fire alarm systems including fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, fire suppression systems and even fire extinguisher service and maintenance. To find specific information regarding building and fire codes contact your cities or counties Fire Marshall.
There are many fire alarm companies servicing residential, commercial and industrial fire alarm systems. Fire alarm companies offer services helping you comply with state and city health and fire codes by servicing and repairing installed fire alarm systems. Always contact a state licensed fire alarm company, certified fire alarm technician or fire safety engineer that is fully insured to repair, maintain, test or inspect your installed fire alarm system when service is required.
Residential, Commercial and Industrial Fire Alarm Services
The following services are provided for installed residential, commercial and industrial fire alarm systems by state licensed fire alarm companies, certified fire alarm technicians, and/or fire safety engineers:
- Fire Alarm Design
- Fire Alarm Engineering
- Fire Alarm Installations
- Fire Alarm Service
- Fire Alarm Repairs
- Fire Alarm Maintenance
- Fire Alarm Tests
- Fire Alarm Inspections
- Fire Alarm Remodels
- Fire Alarm Retrofits
Residential, Commercial and Industrial Fire Alarm Tests and Inspections
Installed fire alarms require service and periodic maintenance which should be completed by a state licensed fire alarm company. Typical maintenance and services include repairs, monthly, semi-annual, annual 3, 5, 6 and 12 year tests and inspections according to NFPA standards and codes. Check with your local fire alarm company, certified fire alarm technician, or fire safety engineer for schedule and frequency of tests and inspections on installed fire alarms.
Establish Routine Scheduled Tests and Inspections with a Fire Alarm Company
Fire alarms require service, maintenance and periodic tests and inspections that in many cases must be completed by a licensed fire alarm company. Many fire alarm companies will provide a routine schedule with set frequencies of tests and inspections that must be completed on many commercial fire alarm systems. Typical service and maintenance will include repairs, monthly, semi-annual, annual 3, 5, 6 and 12 year tests and inspections according to NFPA standards and codes. Check with your local fire alarm company, certified fire alarm technician, or fire safety engineer for schedule and frequency of tests and inspections on installed fire alarms.
Fire Suppression Services
Fire suppression systems as all other installed fire protection systems will require service and periodic maintenance. Many fire suppression systems, including clean agent systems, carbon dioxide systems, restaurant fire suppression hood systems and kitchen fire suppression systems typical maintenance and services include repairs, monthly, semi-annual, annual 3, 5, 6 and 12 year tests and inspections according to NFPA standards and codes. Contact your local fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician, or fire safety engineer for schedule and frequency of tests and inspections on installed fire suppression systems.
Fire suppression is a preferred method of fire protection as many systems discharge a clean agent when extinguishing a fire. This leaves little to no mess behind, unlike water based fire sprinklers possibly causing water damage to computers, office files, data centers, precious art or antiquities.
Fire Extinguisher Services
Fire extinguishers will require frequent service and maintenance for example you must check the pressure indicator and physically inspect the fire extinguisher monthly or more frequently in adverse conditions. NFPA 10 standards and codes apply to the selection, installation, inspection, maintenance, and testing of portable extinguishing equipment.
Read the label on your portable fire extinguisher to see if service and maintenance is possible or if the extinguisher is disposable. Many portable fire extinguishers cannot be refilled or recharged, generally your pressure indicator will state specifically if recharge or refill is possible. Contact your local fire extinguisher company for service, maintenance, refills, recharges, monthly, semi-annual, annual tests and inspections for your installed fire extinguishers. A state licensed fire extinguisher company, or certified fire extinguisher technician can tag your fire extinguishers after service is completed helping you comply with any state or city fire codes.