Did you know that your fire alarm system needs to be regularly inspected and tested to ensure proper performance in the event of a fire?
In fact, all States, local codes and insurance companies mandate periodic inspections to ensure the proper function of your fire alarm system. In order to comply with these laws and codes, fire alarm systems are required to be inspected, tested and maintained in accordance with the requirements set forth in the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72)
All-Safe Fire and Burglar Alarm provides the industry’s most comprehensive testing and inspection services to make sure that your fire alarm system is working properly at all times.
Our fire alarm test and inspection services are designed to exercise the various components of your fire alarm system to make sure they’re all in proper working order. This includes, but is not limited to, the testing of all manual pull stations, notification appliances including horns and strobes, smoke and heat detectors, annunciator panels, the main alarm panel and associated communications equipment.
An inspection and testing program can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your building’s system; local code requirements; or insurance recommendations.
We can also inspect Fire Sprinkler Systems, Clean Agent Systems, Kitchen Ansul Systems, Central Station Monitoring and Fire Extinguishers.
Contact an All-Safe representative today to perform a complimentary system survey to ensure your in compliance with these local requirements for system inspection and testing.
Staying compliant – Click Here to view some of the NFPA inspection requirements