Whether it’s a commercial or industrial setting, after understanding the different components of the fire alarm system and how they complement each other we provide the best protection possible for your facility. After all, a well-designed fire alarm system is your #1 asset to alerting everyone to a fire.
Fire alarm system needs close attention, even with proper maintenance procedures in place. If the system has had a history of poor maintenance or none at all, it is likely that failure of components and improper monitoring of system components will occur.
System approaching 20 years of age may be beyond their technological life expectancy. The system may continue to work satisfactorily if properly maintained, but you need testing and inspection by trained specialists to ensure proper system response will occur in an emergency.
The good news is that with proper testing, inspection and maintenance you can keep your fire alarm system at an optimum operating performance. In addition to ensuring protection, keeping your system in good condition reduces expenses by preventing unbudgeted emergency repairs and costly false alarms.