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Have a Question? We'll get back to you ASAP. Adequate fire protection demands an effective, properly maintained fire alarm system. Any delay in detecting a fire increases the risk of loss for your building and its occupants. Fire Code section 6.

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Have a Question? We'll get back to you ASAP. Adequate fire protection demands an effective, properly maintained fire alarm system. Any delay in detecting a fire increases the risk of loss for your building and its occupants. Fire Code section 6. To keep your fire alarm system in good operating condition at all times, you can trust our ASTT-certified fire protection technicians.

We conduct these inspections thoroughly, in accordance with our strict quality-assurance standards. We train our fire protection personnel in-house to ensure everyone understands and follows our best practices.

If you have any concerns about our service, we welcome your feedback and will do everything we can to address your concerns. As a full-service fire protection company, Vancouver Fire installs, monitors, inspects and tests fire alarm systems.

We are just as passionate about expert hour fire monitoring as we are about thorough inspections. Why entrust your fire alarm needs to one fire protection company?

When you use Vancouver Fire for both monitoring and inspections, co-ordination is simpler. There is less chance for miscommunication and error.

And it is our sole responsibility to take care of your fire alarm system and repair it. The B. Our technicians test all aspects of your system, including:. An overall system check to ensure proper installation and examine any changes, alterations, additions or damage. Access to, and functioning of, every connected device such as heat detectors, smoke detectors, pull stations, pressure switches, etc.

This includes devices in all common areas as well as any device inside dwelling units. Functioning of fire system monitoring, to ensure monitoring company is receiving required trouble and alarm signals. Alarm zone annunciation and operation of all remote annunciators, which inform the fire department or on-site staff where the device has been activated.

After conducting this detailed review, our fire protection technicians prepare detailed documentation for review by fire department inspectors, insurance underwriters and property owners and agents. We also inform you of any deficiencies requiring additional work. For your convenience, our installation department can replace or upgrade your fire alarm system. It includes:. Visually inspecting the standby power batteries to check for corrosion of the terminal connections.

Although we will conduct monthly fire alarm inspections for you, we can train your on-site staff, free of charge, to conduct them. Training includes a complimentary binder of monthly report forms. Contact us today to schedule a monthly inspection or your free training session.

In some cases, fire alarm detection, audible and visual devices are located inside residential dwelling units, such as strata units. Therefore, access to residential dwellings is crucial to ensure complete system testing and code compliance. Stand-alone, battery-operated in-suite smoke alarms are not connected to the fire alarm panel, but are usually tested at the same time. Contact us today to schedule your fire alarm inspection.

Fire Extinguisher Inspections. Email Us Email us. Call us now for a free quote : Fire Alarm Inspections Vancouver Adequate fire protection demands an effective, properly maintained fire alarm system. We never compromise your life safety by cutting corners. Learn more about Vancouver Fire's: Full-service fire protection Annual fire alarm inspections Monthly fire alarm inspections In-suite testing Full Service Fire Protection As a full-service fire protection company, Vancouver Fire installs, monitors, inspects and tests fire alarm systems.

Our job is to make your job easier. Our technicians test all aspects of your system, including: An overall system check to ensure proper installation and examine any changes, alterations, additions or damage. All auxiliary and ancillary functions and connections.

Internal fire alarm panel. It includes: Confirming the system power lamp is illuminated Testing one pull station, to ensure it sets off the fire bells Confirming the annunciator indicates the correct zone where the pull station was activated Visually inspecting the standby power batteries to check for corrosion of the terminal connections Testing the system's "trouble indicator" Testing one emergency telephone Testing paging capability to one zone Although we will conduct monthly fire alarm inspections for you, we can train your on-site staff, free of charge, to conduct them.

In-Suite Testing In some cases, fire alarm detection, audible and visual devices are located inside residential dwelling units, such as strata units. Click on the button at right to connect with one of our fire safety experts. Radius Security. All Rights Reserved. Click for Review.

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People depend on fire alarm systems to protect their properties and assets. Ensuring that your system is regularly tested and properly maintained will ensure the system is able to fully perform when needed. Just like any other system, a fire protection system has components that can degrade over time, compromising its operation. Contaminants like dirt and dust can cause problems with smoke detectors.

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We provide expert inspection services to all makes and models of fire alarm and extinguishment systems. For more information you can email us or telephone The audible signals can consist of bells or buzzers, but in some systems, an alarm tone is generated through a series of speakers located on each floor of the premise. Where hearing impaired patients or occupants are located, it is usual to have strobe lights located along corridors and in individual rooms to indicate an emergency condition exists in the building. The common control employs several features to enable the occupants to identify any specific problems within the system. Correction of any troubles should be left in the hands of a trained Anubis Systems Technologies fire alarm service technician.

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