Keep your business safe and up to code with Annual and Five Year Fire Sprinkler Inspections
Fire Protection Systems are built to save lives and prevent property damage. You can avoid potentially dangerous situations in your home or place of business by hiring a fire protection company to perform your required fire sprinkler inspections. These inspections are meant to be a preventative measure - identifying any problems or concerns within your fire sprinkler systems.
What is a 5 Year Fire Sprinkler Inspection?
The 5 Year Fire Sprinkler Inspection is a thorough inspection of your fire sprinkler internal piping. This inspection is mandated by NFPA 25 and must be carried out in 5-year intervals.
Our contractors will ensure that your fire sprinkler pipes are free from blockages that would prevent or slow the flow of water when needed for fire prevention. Rust, slime, microbiologic influenced corrosion and other foreign matter could be causing you trouble that you won't know until it is too late.
How often do fire sprinklers need to be inspected in california?
According to NFPA 25: Standards for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems - fire sprinkler systems should be inspected quarterly, annually and every 5 years. Hiring the right company to follow these guidelines will maximize your system's integrity and will ensure a swift and effective response in the event of a fire emergency.
The Annual Fire Sprinkler Inspection involves
How can we help?
Guard Fire Protection is one of the top fire sprinkler inspection companies in Southern California. We are able to help keep you on schedule with your inspections, giving you one less thing to worry about. Our expert crews will conduct thorough inspections and suggest any proactive maintenance suggestions that may be needed.
We are fully licensed, bonded, insured and come with a wealth of experience on all fire protection systems. We perform all inspections in accordance with NFPA 25 standards. We serve Los Angeles, Orange County, and the rest of the greater southern california area.