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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally speaking – Not recommended. Fire sprinkler system designs are based on Fire Hazards Classifications, Architecture, Building Construction, Project Location, Water Supply and so many items specific to a project, square foot estimates are very problematic.

We need a complete set of drawings of the building including at least architectural, structural, lighting and reflective ceiling plan. The more complete the drawings the more accurate our estimates can be. AutoCAD files and Water Supply information at the site are not required but can help expedite the estimate.

We offer contracts for annual inspection of fire extinguishers coupled with annual inspections of fire sprinkler systems. We are certified and handle inspections of the Fire sprinkler systems.  In addition we will work with Byrd’s Fire Protection to see that portable fire extinguishers are properly serviced along with kitchen hood systems in a seamless manner. We will pick-up extinguishers during our Fire Sprinkler System Inspection, leave temporary extinguishers, transport extinguishers for service and return them when completed. You will receive only one invoice.

Your Fire sprinkler System in general will require little maintenance.  Periodic inspections to insure all valves are open and alarms are functioning are wise along with testing of Antifreeze Solutions if applicable.  A minimum frequency is Annual Inspection and testing by a State Certified Fire Sprinkler Technician.

Local fire departments and the National Fire Protection Agency set forth laws that ensure your system is tested on a regular basis.

Absolutely. Your system must be certified annually. For more information you can contact your local fire department.

It is extremely rare for systems to activate without an actual fire. Unlike a smoke detector, it is activated by heat and not smoke. Only the fire sprinklers that reach operating temperature will operate, Physical damage be careless  activity can activate a sprinkler.

A minimum at annually by a state certified inspector.