Fire Inspections

Many out dated Fire Alarm Systems May have stopped working altogether, or specific components may have stopped working over the years. It is important to keep Fire Alarm Systems in working condition at all times.

All Fire Alarm Systems are designed to help and protect us in case of an emergency. The general public needs advance notification in case of a Fire so they can take action and avoid human, property, and asset losses. When a Fire Alarm is activated due to Fire, heat, Sprinkler Activation, or Smoke, the proper authorities are called immediately as well as the call list. At the same time the authorities and call list are notified, the Fire Alarm is also sounding to let people on site know that there is an emergency at the building. To ensure the system will do its job and to help protect the persons and property, systems have to be tested and inspected according to local, state, federal and NFPA 72 Codes.

Fire Alarms that need to be inspected according to State and Federal Requirements include:

  • Offices
  • Factories
  • Shopping Malls
  • Multi-Tenant Commercial Buildings
  • Hospitals
  • Apartment Buildings
Among many other types of Residential and Commercial Properties. You will notice that Fire Alarm systems are present in our lives to protect us from catastrophes. It is important to keep buildings inspections current so that your properties will be protected when or if an emergency happens at your property.