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Fire Alarm Inspections in Beaumont, Lufkin, and Nederland

As a homeowner or business owner, its is important for you to have safety and security professionals periodically test, inspect, and maintain your fire alarm system. This is essential in order to assess its reliability and effectiveness in detecting fire incidents.

Having a properly working fire alarm system does not only save lives, it can also help you comply with existing local, state, and federal fire codes, as well as any fire-related requirements that your insurance carrier may have.

Typically, fire alarm systems that are less than 5 years old don’t require a lot of maintenance work done on them. Beyond 5 years, most fire alarm systems will begin to experience some form of breakdown, and this can be caused by a lot of factors, including environmental causes and system obsolescence. The purpose of a fire alarm inspection is to discover these defects so that you can have maintenance and repair work done at the soonest possible time.

What to expect from a fire alarm inspection

During a fire alarm inspection service from Guardian Force Security Services, our qualified inspectors will thoroughly evaluate your system to check if everything is working as they should. They will be on the lookout for any problem that may cause the system to fail. You can expect the technicians to check the following

  • Fire alarm notification appliances
  • Emergency communications equipment
  • Transmission equipment
  • Initiating devices (manually or automatically actuated devices)
  • Building safety interfaces
  • Alarm system wiring
  • Main power supply
  • Alarm system batteries

The inspector will be checking your system against established fire safety standards, including those outlined in the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard 72.

Remember that a majority of fire deaths happen in homes. As such, regular fire alarm inspections should be an integral part of your overall disaster preparedness plan to help you improve the safety of your home and to allow you to proactively prevent the devastating consequences of fire accidents.

To know more about our fire alarm inspection service, please call 409-202-6063 or send us a message today.