Fire Alarm Systems
A fire alarm system is one of the most important building systems. A properly designed and functioning fire alarm not only saves lives but also limits the damage to the building in the event of a fire.
On the other hand, a poorly designed system or one needing service or inspection could leave the building owner and occupants with dire consequences. Therefore, we work closely with manufacturers and local authorities to ensure the fire alarms we service are code compliant and fully functional.
We can service and install most types of equipment like:
Conventional or addressable. These include traditional ceiling-mounted detectors, beam detectors, duct detectors, and flame detectors.
Carbon Monoxide (CO2), Methane, Hydrogen, and Air Quality.
Explosion-proof detectors pull stations and notification devices.
Allows recorded messages to transmit instructions to building occupants. First responders can use it to communicate with the remaining occupants.
Actively protects the building occupants by automatically closing fire doors and dampers, shutting down HVAC units and machinery, and unlocking exit doors.
Brands We Service
The brands we install and service include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Bosch / Radionics
- Fire-Lite / Notifier
- Honeywell / Ademco
- Silent Knight
- and many others
Fire Alarm Systems Services We Offer
Along with new installations and repairs we also offer the following services:
Most jurisdictions require a fire alarm system to be inspected annually. Also, some insurance companies will not cover a loss due to fire if annual inspection records are not kept up to date.
Certification of Completion
This is typically required on new construction when the fire alarm is put into service.
Fire System Design and Engineering
We work with NICET certified professionals to design systems for new and existing facilities.
Depending on the application, most jurisdictions require smoke detection devices to be sensitivity tested on two and five-year internals.
We provide UL Listed Central Station Monitoring via traditional telephone lines, IP communicators, dedicated radio, and cellular systems.