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Annual Fire Alarm Inspections

Commercial Fire alarm systems must be inspected, tested and maintained regularly to comply with the codes and regulations of the local and state Fire Marshals. The codes and standards set forth by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) are followed to ensure life and property are protected in the event of a fire at your commercial facility. Our licensed inspectors will test and inspect your system in accordance with these codes and standards to ensure the following components are properly functioning:

  • Fire Alarm Inspection Reporting
  • Main alarm panel
  • Annunciator panels
  • Manual pull stations
  • Notification appliances including horns and strobes
  • Smoke and heat detectors
  • Duct detectors
  • Tamper devices
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Associated communication equipment

A fire alarm system will protect your property and assets only when it is working properly.

OnDuty knows that you have to keep your property safe and functioning. OnDuty can be your “go-to” Fire System service company. Our inspection services ensure that your fire alarm system is working correctly and complies with your state and local codes.

Fire Alarm Inspection Solutions

Our fire alarm inspection experience and attention to detail provides you with a service schedule that won’t disrupt your building’s operation or your day-to-day business operation.

OnDuty has an established history of working cooperatively with business owners and property managers. OnDuty cares about the unique needs of your building and we’re dedicated to keeping your fire alarm system fully tested and operational.

OnDuty is State licensed to provide inspection services that will satisfy your local code requirements.

Call us to learn more about our Fire Alarm Inspection Services or to schedule a Fire System review. 713-378-7589

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