Academy Fire is a full-service fire alarm installation, service, and monitoring company. From a standard fire alarm inspection to large scale installation projects, Academy Fire will keep your fire alarm equipment functioning and within code.
Our team of project managers and fire alarm specialists are well versed in NFPA codes and local AHJ requirements throughout the country. If you are considering a significant retrofit initiative of your facilities, our team can capably lead this effort. Through our sister company, Impact Fire, you also benefit from the expertise of our self-perform technicians.
Academy Fire takes a non-proprietary approach to the installation and replacement of fire alarm systems. By offering non-proprietary systems, we allow you to have the benefit of choice. Our customers are not locked into one company and the cost associated with single providers.
- Fire alarm installation
- Fire alarm programming
- Remodels and upgrades
- Non-proprietary equipment
- Preventative maintenance (PM) and service programs
- Project managers fluent in NFPA standards
- AHJ consultations
- Central Station monitoring
- Fire alarm control panels
- Initiating devices
- Alarm communication equipment
- Remote annunciators
Every 2 Years
- Smoke detection devices need to have sensitivity test as well as a function test
During a Fire Alarm inspection, a technician will:
- Inspect the system to ensure all NFPA service and condition standards are met
- Identify potentially detrimental site conditions that could compromise the performance of mechanical and/or electronic components
- Inquire about any changes or modifications of the fire detection and alarm system and changes in operation or general occupancy since the last inspection
- Inspect the general condition and test the operation of the main and remote fire alarm panels
- Inspect and test smoke and heat detectors
- Inspect and test all enunciators and zones
- Inspect and meter all batteries
- Inspect all output relays and test their activation
- Inspect and exercise all flow switches, tamper switches, and low-pressure alarms
- Verify that all signals are received by the Central Station or monitoring company, if applicable
- Clean the detectors as needed in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines
- Test non-restorable heat detector circuits by simulating electrical operation at the wiring connection
- Perform functional test on all accessible heat-actuating devices
- Inspect and exercise all supervised control valves and switches
- Tag devices as required and perform all required record keeping
- Compile a complete report of the inspection
Academy Fire is a great place to grow your career. Join our account support team and become an industry expert. Contact us today and learn more about the Academy Fire family.
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