Fire Alarms

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Early Warnings Save Lives

According to Fire Equipment Manufacturers’ Association, over 100,000 non-residential building fires occur each year (2014-2016) in the U.S., with an estimated 90 deaths, 1350 injuries, and $2.4 billion in property losses. That's why regulations governing fire alarms are so stringent, including fines for not meeting code.

Why Choose Commercial Fire for your Fire Alarm Service

Commercial Fire is obsessed with details. Our fire alarm service is done by best-in-class technicians who care about your building just as much as you do. Commercial Fire's affiliates design, install, test, inspect, and service fire alarm systems in accordance with NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code; NFPA 101, Life Safety Code; and the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

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Maintenance Schedule

Every Year
  • Fire alarm control panel testing
  • Initiating device testing
  • Alarm communication testing
  • Test remote annunciators (required by most states at minimum once a year)
  • Battery testing and replacement
  • in addition to a test to ensure functionality
Every 2 Years
  • Required smoke detection deceives must be tested on the sensitivity of units
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The CF Inspection Process

  • Fire alarm control panel & power supplies
  • Field devices
  • Manual pull stations
  • Smoke detectors
  • Duct detectors
  • Smoke/fire doors
  • Water-flow alarms/tamper switches (sprinkler)
  • Heat detectors
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Horns, strobes, & speakers
  • Signals to Central Station (if monitored)

Commercial Fire is also available 24/7, should you need additional service. From replacing and repairing to installing new equipment, we're your total fire alarm system service solution.

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