Fire Alarm Installation And Testing

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Code Compliant

Design and implementation based on the latest NFPA 70e fire code standards.

Safety

Protect your facility and your employees.

Yearly Testing

We preform required yearly testing and fix any issues with your fire alarm system.

Fire Alarm Systems

Put Safety First.

Keeping your facility, assets, and most importantly; employees safe is a top priority. Whether you need a yearly fire alarm inspection, an upgrade to your existing system, or a complete design for a new fire alarm system based on the latest NFPA 70e fire code standards we’re ready to help.

Don’t wait until you get a violation or worse. Talk to our fire alarm experts today for a free consultation. Let us be your first and last stop for fire alarm installation and testing.

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Fire Alarm Systems

Put Safety First.

Keeping your facility, assets, and most importantly; employees safe is a top priority. Whether you need a yearly fire alarm inspection, an upgrade to your existing system, or a complete design for a new fire alarm system based on the latest NFPA 70e fire code standards we’re ready to help.

Don’t wait until you get a violation or worse. Talk to our fire alarm experts today for a free consultation. Let us be your first and last stop for fire alarm installation and testing.

Contact Us

Fire Alarm Solutions

We offer the following Fire Alarm Solutions:

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Troubleshooting

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New Installs

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Repair

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Extend Current Systems

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Testing

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System Replacement

Designed Fire Alarm Systems

We will work with you to design a system that protects your facility, assets, and employees.

We’ll work with you to design any size Fire Alarm installation for small office, large corporate headquarters, or industrial applications. Unsure of what is required for your business? We are up to date on the NFPA 70e, the latest fire alarm code. We’ll perform a no-cost site visit to determine what is needed for your building to be code compliant.

After the site visit we will put together a free quote and review it with you to ensure our plan meets your expectations and the latest code requirements.

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We’ll work with you to design any size Fire Alarm installation for small office, large corporate headquarters, or industrial applications. Unsure of what is required for your business? We are up to date on the NFPA 70e, the latest fire alarm code. We’ll perform a no-cost site visit to determine what is needed for your building to be code compliant.

After the site visit we will put together a free quote and review it with you to ensure our plan meets your expectations and the latest code requirements.

Request A Site Visit Today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What Types Of Fire Alarms Do You Install?

We install both addressable and non-addressable fire alarms. Typically we install systems from Simplex, Edwards, and FCI but we are able to install systems from any manufacturer.

What Is The Difference Between Addressable and Non-Addressable?

Non-Addressable or conventional systems require a wire from each device back to a fire alarm panel. When a fire alarm is triggered it isn’t possible to determine the exact location of the fire. With the addition of “Zones” this type of system can help indicate the general area of a fire.

Addressable systems are similar to a computer network. Each siren, smoke detector, pull station and other devices have their own unique identification. This can help save time and potentially lives when a fire occur because you will be able to quickly pinpoint the origin of the fire by seeing which devices were first triggered.

Which Type Of System Is More Expensive?

Typically the control panel for an addressable system is more expensive. However, a non-addressable system requires a separate wire for each device to go back to the panel. The wiring costs and labor hours can add up quick. Addressable systems can be configured in a loop using a single wire saving you hours of of labor and material costs. Typically, an addressable system ends up being cheaper in the end and an overall better system.

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We’re standing by to answer any questions you have about new or existing fire alarm systems!

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