Fire Alarm System Services

 
Fire alarm installed on wall — licensed in Rifle, CO
AutoPulse Z-20 — licensed in Rifle, CO
 
When fire strikes and seconds count the fire alarm system springs into action, instantly alerting building occupants and authorities of the danger. This allows quick evacuation of the area and the prompt arrival of emergency personnel to the scene. We service, inspect, maintain, repair, and monitor fire alarm systems of all the major manufacturers. Our factory-trained personnel are available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to respond to all of your fire alarm needs including: voice evacuation, elevator recall, and area of rescue systems.

Upon completion of Inspections you will receive documentation indicating the location of devices, date of inspection, name of inspector and deficiencies discovered. You should maintain this documentation for review by the authority having jurisdiction.
 
Fire Alarm System Annual Inspection, Testing and Certification
Our technician will inspect and test the fire alarm control panel, service, clean, and test all devices and verify the signal to the monitoring station. The remote monitoring of the alarm system will be checked for proper operation. Upon completion of this inspection, a Fire Alarm Test Report and Certification will be sent to you and to the local Fire Department. This service work meets NFPA 72 Annual Testing of Fire Alarm System.

Smoke Detectors Sensitivity Testing
Once every two years, per NFPA requirements, our technician will perform a calibrated sensitivity test to assure that each detector is within its listed sensitivity range and each detector will initiate an alarm when exposed to smoke of certain concentrations. This test will be performed in conjunction with one of the semi-annual or annual tests of the fire alarm system. This service work meets NFPA 72 Annual Sensitivity Testing of Smoke Detectors.

Fire Emergency Voice Communication System Annual Inspection and Testing
Our Technician will check to insure that both automatic and manual messages are broadcast to the appropriate areas of the building and all communications and mass notifications are audible and intelligible. If your building is equipped with firefighter’s telephones/phone-jacks, they will also be tested for proper operation.