So, you have installed a fire sprinkler system in your building, now what? After your system has been installed you need to inspect, test and service it on a regular basis. Taking care of your fire sprinkler systems is a very important task and should not be neglected.
Benefits of Fire Sprinkler Inspections
Prevent fines due to noncompliance
NFPA standards and your AHJ have requirements when it comes to fire sprinkler inspections. You may be required to have your sprinklers inspected annually, semi-annually, or quarterly. Avoid fines due to noncompliance by having your sprinkler systems inspected regularly.
Extend the lifespan of your system
During fire sprinkler inspections, deficiencies will be identified and repaired. When your system is inspected frequently, it can help extend the lifespan of your system so that it will function for years to come.
Reduce insurance premiums
Some insurance companies offer reduced premiums for clients who are getting their fire sprinkler systems inspected on a regular basis.
Keep your systems functional
Inspecting and testing your fire sprinkler systems on a regular basis helps keep your systems functional and prevent system failure.
Save you money in long run
Inspections of your fire sprinkler systems can save you money in the long run by preventing deficiencies that could cause very costly damage to your property and lead to expensive repairs to your system.
Keep people safe
The most important benefit of fire sprinkler inspection is keeping people safe. When you inspect your sprinkler system frequently, you can have peace of mind that your fire sprinkler system is ready to go when you need it most so that the people in your building stay safe from fires.
Schedule a Fire Sprinkler Inspection Today
All State Fire & Security provides inspections and testing of fire sprinkler systems in accordance with local regulations. We perform inspections monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually. In addition to fire sprinkler systems, we can inspect all your fire protection and life safety systems including alarms, fire hydrants, fire pumps, kitchen hoods, fire suppression systems, and fire extinguishers. All State serves customers in New York State and Pennsylvania. Contact us today to learn more.