Fire Alarm Systems in Connecticut & New Hampshire
There’s no doubt that sprinkler systems and portable fire extinguishers are important for preventing property damage in a blaze, but when it comes to saving lives and getting people safely out of your building when there’s an emergency, nothing beats a functional fire alarm system. You never want to be caught in a situation where a fire breaks out, and you have no effective warning system to alert building occupants to evacuate.
To ensure optimal fire protection for your Connecticut or New Hampshire building, call on Fire Protection Team to install, retrofit, monitor, inspect, test, and repair your fire alarm system. We’ll put our 25+ years of experience to good use, making your building code compliant and safe for your employees and customers.
Need to schedule fire alarm services? Call us for our fire alarm services near Cheshire, CT and Hooksett, NH or simply contact us online.
Fire Alarm System Installations & Retrofits
Whether you have a hotel in Hartford or a restaurant in Bridgeport, having a fully equipped fire alarm system is essential for your business. If you have an existing system or you’re planning to install a fire alarm in a new facility, FPT is here to ensure that your fire detection system is working properly, compliant with state and local codes, and ready to respond in an emergency.
Fire Alarm System Monitoring
FPT provides 24-hour fire alarm monitoring services for your peace of mind. Our service is UL listed and provides logged daily tests to ensure proper system performance.
A monitored system doesn’t just sound the alarm in your building—it also sends an instant alert to the fire department, so emergency vehicles dispatch to your location immediately. This speedy response ensures nonstop protection for your building.
Invest in the safety of your building and employees with 24/7 monitoring from Fire Protection Team. Contact us today to get started!
Fire Alarm System Inspections & Testing
To ensure ongoing reliability, fire alarm systems must be inspected and tested regularly. FPT examines your entire fire alarm system to ensure compliance with state and local fire codes. We always stay up to date with the latest code changes, so you don’t have to.
By the end of our inspection, we have verified the following:
- The fire alarm equipment is suitable for the site conditions.
- The system is operating in compliance with NFPA standards.
- There are no site conditions that could compromise the performance of the system.
- All meters, batteries, flow switches, tamper switches, and low-pressure alarms are working properly.
- The smoke detectors are clean.
- All other devices are functional and tagged as required.
After each inspection, we provide you with a detailed written report of our findings, complete with recommendations to repair or improve your system.
Ensure your building is up to code with help from the knowledgable technicians at Fire Protection Team. Contact us today to schedule an inspection.
Emergency Fire Alarm System Repair
You can expect to spot most problems with your fire alarm during routine testing. However, if your system suffers from repeat false alarms, defective batteries, or problems with improperly installed retrofits, call FPT at any time of day or night for an emergency repair.
You need to be able to count on your fire alarms in case of emergency. So count on a fire protection company that can help repair your alarms at any time of day. Contact Fire Protection Team to learn more!
Contact Fire Protection Team for Fire Alarm Services in Connecticut & New Hampshire
Our job is to keep your employees and customers safe and your building code compliant. When you need fire alarm services in Connecticut or New Hampshire, count on us for a job well done.
Contact FPT online or call to schedule fire alarm services or request a quote today.
Fire Alarm FAQs
How long will a fire alarm last?
A properly maintained fire alarm will last about 10-12 years. Once your fire alarms start getting older than that, you should have them replaced – even if they’re working fine.
Is fire alarm monitoring worth it?
Yes, a fire alarm monitoring service will screen your building 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If one of your fire alarms goes off, the monitoring company will notify the fire department within seconds – you don’t even have to be there.
Why does my fire alarm constantly chirp or beep?
- The battery may be loose or improperly installed
- The fire alarm cover may be dirty
- The fire alarm may need to be reset
- The fire alarm may need to be replaced