Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing
Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire
Fire alarms are a crucial component of any commercial fire protection system. In the event of an emergency, fire alarms help save lives!
Be sure to stay up to code with regular fire alarm inspection and testing services. With over 30 years of experience in providing advanced fire safety equipment, Fire Protection Team can help you and your business remain protected and secure year-round.
Schedule fire alarm inspection and testing services today by calling us at 203-250-1115.
Don’t Forget Fire Alarm Monitoring
If you want 24-hour monitoring for your fire alarm system, call Fire Protection Team and ask about our fire alarm monitoring services!
When a monitored fire alarm goes off, our off-site fire alarm monitoring station is immediately alerted with information about your emergency. Our fire alarm monitoring station then notifies the fire department and any person on your contact list, typically 30 to 60 seconds after the alarm goes off.
Our Fire Alarm Inspection Process
The experienced fire protection professionals at Fire Protection Team can help you ensure your fire alarm is operating as intended so it will be ready when you need it most.
Our fire alarm inspection process includes:
- Inspecting the control panel
- Verifying the monitoring connection
- Inspecting the annunciator
- Testing the pull stations
- Testing bells
- Testing audible/visual devices
- Testing elevator recall
- Testing door holders
- Testing the smoke detector sensitivity every two years
- Testing duct detectors
- Testing thermal detectors
- Testing tamper switches
- Testing flow switches
- Testing ground fault detection circuitry
- Testing for grounded field wiring
- Load testing of the standby batteries
At Fire Protection Team, our expert fire alarm inspection technicians’ number one goal is to make sure your fire alarm is fully functional so it will perform properly when needed in a time of emergency or to notify you of faulty devices in your building.
Fire Alarm Brands We Inspect
We provide fire alarm inspection for all brands of fire alarms, including:
- Silent Knight
No matter what your Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and New York fire alarm inspection needs, go to the fire alarm inspection experts—call Fire Protection Team today.
Get in touch with our fire protection company today. Call 203-250-1115 or contact us online!
Call Fire Protection Team for Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing
Fire Protection Team has over 30 years of experience providing complete fire protection services for businesses, organizations, government buildings, and restaurants in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and New York areas. Our number one focus is your safety—we want to make sure your employees, property, and valuables are safe from the dangers of potential fires. We take pride in our “customer first” reputation, and we will do whatever it takes to make sure your property and valuables are protected from fire hazards and that your building meets fire safety codes.
The best thing about partnering with Fire Protection Team is that we are your single-source solution for all fire protection services. Our experienced fire safety professionals specialize in all aspects of fire protection, including:
- Commercial kitchen fire suppression
- Fire sprinkler systems
- Fire suppression systems
- Fire extinguishers
- Emergency lighting
- And more!
Located in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and New York and want to learn more? Call us today to speak with one of our experienced fire safety professionals and discover why top names in business and government consistently recommend Fire Protection Team.
Contact us online or call 203-250-1115 to schedule your fire alarm inspection and testing.
Our Fire Protection Service Area
Schedule Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing Services
While our fire protection company is based in Connecticut and New Hampshire, we provide fire protection services throughout a number of areas in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and New York.