Fire Alarm Testing
Keeping your system in working order with regular fire alarm testing can stand between your business operating and calling your insurance company. Over 3,000 business fires happen every year and without proper fire alarm testing, they may not always be functional when they are needed most.
Fire Alarm System Equipment Testing
Business fires often lead to damages and lost revenue. But when you choose Safe and Sound Security, you will enjoy a complete fire alarm system that you can rely on. Our systems integrate seamlessly with each other to protect your business from a wide range of dangers. Our fire alarm systems come in many options, from simple hardwired smoke detectors to fire suppression systems that integrate with our security systems. We offer an initial risk assessment to help determine the type of fire alarm that is most beneficial to your business. We will offer our recommendations based on your unique needs. As part of our security/fire packages, we offer scheduled testing, maintenance, and upgrades. We aim to be proactive with our services to help anticipate how changes in your business will require new levels of protection and regular updates. By offering periodic fire alarm testing, we keep your system functioning properly. Regular testing allows your employees to become familiar with response times, fire suppression techniques, and proper emergency procedures. When your staff knows what to expect, they can take action quickly to protect your business and themselves. Fire alarm testing also makes it possible for us to pinpoint potential issues that need to be addressed before they become serious problems later on. We take fire safety very seriously. When our systems work as we design them to, we are confident they will protect your business from loss and needless expenses to recoup fire damages.
Safe and Sound is the Top-Rated Fire Alarm Testing Provider
At Safe and Sound Security, we are proud to be one of the best fire alarm testing providers in the industry. We aim for total customer satisfaction, and our reviews speak for themselves. Find out what our customers have to say about our fire alarm testing services.
Photoelectric Fire Alarm Testing
We use photoelectric alarms in situations where a business contains a lower threshold of flammable materials. Smoldering fires can lead to a buildup of smoke in the building. While smoke can be life-threatening, this system is more effective after hours. Smoke damage can close a facility and cause millions of dollars in damages. Depending on the business type, this could cause a prolonged site closure and lead to insurance headaches.
Ionized Fire Alarm Testing
In facilities with a higher concentration of flammable materials, we recommend the ionized alarm system. This detects smoke from a fast-moving fire. Early detection can save your business. High flame fires can lead to a total loss for the business. By hardwiring ionized alarms into your security system, our monitoring team can rule out false alarms. We can also connect your fire alarms to your CCTV systems to help convey information to first responders so they know everything they need to know.
Combination Fire Alarm Testing
Also known as the dual detector, this alarm registers both high and low flame fires. This added layer of protection allows our monitored systems to respond to a wider range of potential threats. With our quick response time and real-time assistance, this level of protection sets us apart from the competition. Alarms hardwired into the existing security system allow us to dispatch the necessary responders faster than general hardwired alarms. In a fire, every second counts.
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