Fire Alarm Testing in NYC

Fire Alarm Testing

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Fire alarms are a fire safety mechanism that will alert everyone in the premises that there is an immediate danger present. Fire Alarm systems range in size from a one story structure to a multi- story (high rise) office building. Lund Fire Products sales team and design staff is familiar with all the requirements of the multiple authorities having jurisdiction in the metropolitan area, and insurance carrier’s constantly changing needs.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) asserts that fire alarms should be tested at least once per year. In addition to these annual tests, it is urged for home, business and building owners to check and change the batteries at few times per year. A good reminder is to check them when you change the clocks for Daylight Saving Time.

With our fire alarms testing services, your fire alarms will be checked for their responses to smoke, flame and heat detection. Testing your fire alarms is a preventative measure to help protect you, your family, friends and other people who may be in your home, office or other type of establishment from any fire-related danger.

If your fire alarms have not recently undergone maintenance, our professionals recommend having your alarms re-tested periodically, to make sure the system performs to its initial design and that maintenance work completely fixed any issues you may have previously had on your alarms.

Once our fire alarm testing services are complete, we will report back to you with a report of your fire alarms, documenting the results. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your alarms and our services.

In the heat of the moment, you do not want to have to worry that your fire alarms will not sound to notify you of a fire.

For more information about our fire alarms testing in NYC, contact Lund Fire Products at (718) 423-1900!

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