Repairs and Service
Repairs will be necessary when your fire suppression system does not operate properly. For proper maintenance of your installed fire sprinkler systems, fire alarms, fire suppression systems and portable fire extinguishers you should have a state licensed fire suppression company establish a schedule to test and inspect all installed fire suppression systems in your home residence, commercial business or industrial facility. When conducting the required tests and inspections a certified fire suppression technician may find that repairs are necessary informing you of the issues and repairing the problem.
When your fire suppression system breaks and requires repairs always contact a state licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician and/or fire safety engineer to complete any needed repairs to your installed fire sprinkler systems, fire alarms, fire suppression systems even your portable fire extinguishers.
Repairing Commercial and Industrial Fire Suppression Systems
Commercial and industrial business owners are responsible for keeping their fire suppression systems in good repair. This means having an established schedule meeting the frequency for all tests and inspections that must be completed on your installed fire suppression systems to meet local fire codes. Check with your local fire marshall for complete commercial and industrial fire code requirements.
Generally speaking many state licensed fire suppression companies, certified fire suppression technicians and/or fire safety engineers will discover problems with your installed commercial and industrial fire suppression systems during routine scheduled tests and inspections. They should discuss any necessary repairs needed to your fire protection system, fire sprinkler systems, fire alarms and/or portable fire extinguishers prior to fixing the problem(s).
Residential Fire Suppression Repairs
Residential fire suppression systems may not be required by many states or cities fire marshalls or fire departments to complete scheduled tests and inspections. Every fire suppression system will require routine maintenance, tests and inspections required by NFPA standards and codes, fire suppression manufacturer specifications and the advice of any state licensed fire suppression company.
It’s a good idea to establish a schedule for all residential fire protection systems including installed fire sprinklers, fire alarms, fire suppression systems and your portable fire extinguishers through a reputable state licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician and/or fire safety engineer.
Fire Suppression System
Service, Repair and Maintenance
Keeping your fire suppression system properly maintained through service and repair will be required on all installed fire suppression systems. Always contact a licensed fire suppression company, certified fire suppression technician, or fire safety engineer conduct service calls made to repair your fire suppression system.
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