Impact Fire Services offers periodic NFPA inspection programs to our customers. Regular fire equipment inspections will ensure the ongoing reliability and safety of your fire protection systems. As part of the fire protection inspection process, written reports will be provided identifying any system deficiencies and will also include recommended action to bring the system back up to applicable fire codes.

We provide a comprehensive selection of fire protection inspection services. Ask about our “PMA” (Preventive Maintenance Agreement). Your company can save valuable time and money by having your fire safety needs addressed with one PMA!

Our licensed and NICET certified inspectors and service personnel possess up-to-date knowledge of fire codes and the various types of fire protection systems. With routine inspections and a licensed professional staff to assist with maintenance, you can be assured that your systems are prepared to offer reliability for the building, its occupants, and contents when an emergency requires your systems to function properly.

INSPECTION SERVICES

Fire pump testing based on NFPA 25 Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems, Chapter Eight. We can perform your weekly tests if needed. Our services also include fire pump repairs and:

  • Anti-freeze system
  • Backflow devices
  • Clean agent systems
  • Corrosion management systems
  • Deluge, dry pipe, pre-action and wet systems
  • Emergency and exit lighting
  • Eye wash stations
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire hoses & PRV’s
  • Fire hydrants
  • Fire pumps
  • Fire sprinkler systems
  • Hose systems
  • Kitchen hood systems
  • Special hazards systems
  • Standpipe systems

MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS

We provide a comprehensive selection of fire protection inspections services. Ask about our Preventive Maintenance Agreement package (PMA). Our professional inspectors and service personnel possess up-to-date knowledge of fire codes and the various types of fire protection systems. With the combination of regular fire protection inspections and a licensed professional staff to assist in the maintenance of your systems, you can be assured that your systems are prepared to offer life safety for the building, its occupants, and contents.

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