Fire Sprinkler Systems

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The effective functioning of your fire sprinkler systems during an emergency is crucial for safeguarding your personnel and property. Our service supports you in testing, inspecting, and maintaining this essential safety equipment, freeing up your time to concentrate on your business.

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Our service is designed to help your business meet the requirements laid out by NFPA 25 & NFPA 13 as well as your local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). This encompasses visual inspections, detection of leakages and physical damage, along with testing of water supply pressure, water flow, drains, and much more.

How The Service Works

  • Facility Walkthrough: conduct an equipment survey to determine the type, size and details of the existing sprinkler system.
  • Inspection: based on the survey we determine the appropriate inspection/repair needed to bring your equipment up to code.
  • Repair: if repairs are needed, those will be quoted and preformed in a timely manner to bring your system back online or up to code.
  • Service Interval: establish the appropriate service frequency, which will depend on the specific equipment being maintained and local requirements.
  • Documentation: provide thorough documentation of all services performed, repairs, notations and deficiencies, in written and digital formats.
  • Invoicing: multiple payment and billing options for your convenience.
  • Ongoing support: 24/7 customer service and account access

System Coverage*

  • Wet fire sprinkler systems
  • Dry-pipe systems
  • Standpipes (dry & wet)
  • Anti-freeze systems
  • Fire pumps
  • Per-action systems
  • Deluge systems

NFPA 13 & 25

NFPA serves as the regulatory body responsible for overseeing fire protection measures. Specifically, NFPA 25 prescribes the regulations concerning the inspection, testing, and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems. In the United States, most fire protection systems necessitate yearly inspections, while certain jurisdictions mandate even more frequent servicing.

Moreover, NFPA 13 sets the standard for the installation of sprinkler systems. Our service aims to assist your business in complying with these standards and ensuring that your sprinkler systems remain fully operational, thus safeguarding your employees in case of a fire emergency.

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