Who Can Perform my Fire Alarm Inspection?

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A fire alarm inspection is one of the most important tasks to ensure maximum safety in the event of a fire. A fire alarm that works properly will alert people to evacuate the building and in some cases, the system may also alert emergency services to respond to the fire as quickly as possible. This can save lives as well as protect valuable property.

In order to function at optimum levels, fire alarm systems should be regularly tested, inspected and maintained. These tasks should always be carried out by CFAA certified technicians to ensure the system meets the National Fire Protection Association 72 standard for the latest fire safety provisions.

Take the steps necessary to promote the highest levels of fire safety for your building. Schedule regular fire alarm inspections with a full-service fire protection company today.
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Protect Your Property

In the case of a fire, every second that it takes to be alerted to the fire and to receive help is vital. One of the most important things that many people take for granted is a regularly scheduled inspection for fire alarm systems. Regular inspections can test the fire alarm to make sure it works properly and provides the best possible level of protection against fire. Fire alarm systems also require maintenance from time to time to continue working at optimal levels.
These inspections and maintenance tasks should only be completed by CFAA certified technicians who are specifically trained on the type of alarm system you have. CFAA certified technicians bring a wealth of experience and provide peace of mind that your system will continue to operate at peak performance.

Meeting NFPA 72 Standards

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is an organization dedicated to developing codes, standards, research and training to help eliminate complications due to fire, electrical and related hazards. NFPA 72 includes the latest safety standards for the installation, inspection, testing and maintenance of fire alarm systems. Ensuring your fire alarm system meets NFPA 72 standards is imperative to reducing risks associated with fires. The top fire protection companies will provide technicians who are CFAA certified to meet these specific requirements.
Trust the experts for your next regular scheduled fire alarm inspection and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from professional fire protection.


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