Testing & Inspections For Fire Safety Systems In New England

Your One-Stop-Shop For All Commercial Fire Safety Inspections

As a business owner, there’s nothing more important than the safety of your employees, customers and others who are on your premises. When it comes to fire safety, regular inspections and testing of your systems are critical to the success of these protections in case of an emergency. But each system requires different testing timelines, certifications with a number of organizations and must comply with your state and local codes. To keep your facilities safe and up to code, contact the professionals at Fire Protection Team.

Our Testing & Inspection Services

In business since 1992 and with a presence in the New England fire safety industry for generations, Fire Protection Team will help with all of your fire system needs, including regular inspections and testing. Our professional team is highly trained and equipped to keep your systems in working order and in compliance with your company’s unique fire safety requirements. And, to keep things easy on you, we provide access to our convenient Customer Portal through ServiceTrade so you can easily pull up any past inspection or service whenever you need it.

We offer inspections and testing on the following fire protection systems:

Fire Sprinkler System Inspections - Our inspections and maintenance on fire sprinkler systems are thorough and include a many-step checklist to ensure that, in case you need them, your building’s sprinklers are ready to take action.

Fire Alarm System Inspections - We test and inspect your commercial fire alarm system on a regular basis with a many-point checklist. In the event of an emergency, your system will be working properly to alert those in the building.

Fire Pump Inspections - As your company does not use its fire pump often, over time it can corrode, leak or become clogged. Our regular testing and inspection services on your building’s fire pump will keep this essential component ready to go if your sprinklers need to be operated.

Backflow Preventer Inspections - When a backflow preventer is not working properly, the signs can be hard to spot. With our inspection services on your backflow, you can rest assured that there is no cross-contamination with the water supply or other issues.

Fire Extinguisher Inspections - Fire extinguishers need to be examined periodically to make sure they are filled and working properly. Our inspections on your property’s extinguishers are precise and regular, providing you peace of mind that all at your location can easily access and use this essential tool in fire safety.

Special Hazard Fire Suppression System Inspections - Our testing and inspection services extend to all special hazard fire suppression systems as well.

Holding Tank Inspections - We will test and inspect your holding tank to make sure that when it is needed to supply water to your sprinkler system, there are no clogs or problems.


Testing and Inspections FAQs

How often does a fire suppression system need to be inspected?

The frequency of fire suppression system inspections can vary depending on the type of system and local regulations. However, most systems require regular inspections, usually on a quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis. Additionally, the system should be inspected after any significant changes or repairs to the system or building. It's important to consult with a licensed fire protection professional to determine the appropriate inspection schedule for your specific system.

How frequently must wet chemical fire extinguishing systems be tested and inspected?

Wet chemical fire extinguishing systems must be tested and inspected on a regular basis to ensure that they are in proper working condition. The frequency of these inspections varies depending on local regulations and the manufacturer's recommendations, but they typically occur on a semi-annual or annual basis. During these inspections, the system is checked for proper pressure, leaks, and any signs of damage or wear. Additionally, the system is tested to ensure that it functions properly in the event of a fire. It's important to consult with a licensed fire protection professional to determine the appropriate inspection schedule for your specific system.

What is the purpose of a fire safety compliance report?

The purpose of a fire safety compliance report is to provide a detailed assessment of a building's fire safety systems and procedures, including fire alarms, fire suppression systems, emergency lighting, and evacuation routes. This report helps to ensure that the building is in compliance with local and national fire safety codes and regulations. It also identifies any potential hazards or areas of concern that need to be addressed to improve the safety of the building and its occupants. The report is typically prepared by a licensed fire protection professional and is required by many insurance companies and regulatory agencies.

Only One Call For All Of Your Inspection Needs

With a team of experts and decades in the industry, our professionals will make sure your operation’s schedule of testing and inspections is performed on time and with precision. We are happy to keep up with timing, codes and building compliances so you don’t have to. Contact Fire Protection Team today online or by phone at 203.250.1115 to schedule your inspection in the New England states!

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