All Safe Fire Sprinkler Inspections
New York Fire Code mandates that you have your fire sprinkler system tested once a year. During a fire sprinkler test one of our certified trained technicians will test the alarm reaction and the flow of water through your system. We also test each control valve by exercising it through its full range of motion, then returning it to its normal position by checking for valve seizure, broken seams, leakage or any other condition that might impair the valve’s proper operation. The valves will then be reset and re-locked where appropriate.
Why have a Fire Sprinkler Inspection?
In addition to routine yearly checkups, your fire sprinkler system should be inspected every time there is a change in your building’s environment. Your fire sprinkler system is designed to meet very specific conditions so, when those conditions change, it is important to make sure the sprinkler will still be able to do its job. You should plan to have a professional fire sprinkler inspection if you have changed or added a backflow preventer or water meter or changed the occupancy or use of your building, as well as made any remodels to your building, such as adding walls, partitions, or additions.
Protecting your property is our first priority and designing an effective fire protection system is our specialty. Our team of experienced fire protection design experts uses CAD software to accurately design your unique fire protection system that meets all New York and national building code requirements. A properly designed fire sprinkler system is the most important aspect of keeping your residential, commercial and industrial property safe.
All Safe Fire Sprinkler Service employs a staff of expert fire protection system designers, engineers, installers, electricians, carpenters, and sprinkler fitters who can install virtually any type of fire protection system imaginable. Call us today if you need:
Automatic fire sprinkler systems
Fire alarms or smoke detectors
Deluge or water spray water mist systems
Exit and emergency lighting
Fixed or portable fire extinguishers
Gas fire suppression systems
Commercial kitchen fire suppression systems