Remodeling a Buildings
Remodeling your buildings fire protection system will include a thorough evaluation of the currently installed fire protection systems, fire sprinklers and fire suppression systems. Any and all fire hazards that are present in your residence, commercial or industrial building such as dangerous chemicals, equipment, sensitive items including computers, office files, precious art, rare books, etc…
The new fire suppression system should be installed by a seasoned veteran of the fire suppression industry familiar with remodeling, working around existing construction and any installed fire suppression systems. Always use a state licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression contractor and/or fire safety engineer to service, maintain or remodel your fire suppression systems.
Remodeling Your Commercial and Industrial Fire Suppression Systems
When remodeling commercial or industrial buildings fire suppression systems, make sure you contact at least three (3) state licensed fire suppression companies that are familiar and experienced enough to complete the remodel required on your commercial or industrial building. You can contact your local fire department or fire marshall to get a list of state licensed fire suppression companies, certified fire suppression contractors and/or fire safety engineers capable of remodeling your fire suppression system.
Remodeling Your Home Residence for a Fire Suppression System
You can remodel a residential fire suppression system, if your home currently has installed fire suppressions systems that are outdated or need to be updated. When you are remodeling residential fire suppression systems you are rebuilding and remodeling the existing home residence fire sprinklers, fire alarms and/or fire suppression systems.
Required Fire Suppression Tests and Inspections
Your fire suppression system will require monthly, semi-annual, annual and 5, 6, 12 year tests and inspections depending on the types of fire suppression systems you have installed. Have a licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician or fire safety engineer establish a set schedule and frequency for your fire suppression tests and inspections
What is a Remodeling a Fire Suppression System?
Updating the currently installed fire protection system including fire suppressions systems to help them meet state and city health, building and fire codes.
Why Would You Remodel a Fire Suppression System?
If you are required by state, city or municipal health, building codes or fire codes to update or upgrade your installed fire suppression system to your residence, commercial or industrial building or facility.
When Would You Remodel a Fire Suppression System?
If the building is standing and the installed fire suppression system is out-dated, needs updating or upgrades. Remodeling helps building owners stay compliant with state and city health, building and fire codes.