Below you will find our most common fire sprinkler services.
Fire Sprinklers Maintenance
You trust your property and most importantly the lives of your employees and loved ones. Call on some one you can trust to maintain and test your systems. With A-1 Fire Sprinklers you can rest assured that the job is done right. Contact us today for full details.
Make sure your covered in the unfortunate event of a fire. We can make sure your up to date and your protected.
Fire Sprinklers Inspection
A 1 Fire Sprinklers offers a full range of inspection services. If you are being required to have your system inspected by your insurance company, the fire department or any other agency we can meet the requirement. When ordering the inspection make sure we get a copy of the letter, it will tell us what testing is being requested. Providing this information saves time and money.
If you have a fire sprinkler system in your home or business it should be inspected at least yearly, more often if there is a special need or requirement. Some testing you may want to do yourself or have someone in house do it for you.
We at A 1 Fire Sprinklers want to help keep your system working properly and keep you and your family or employees and customers safe. Inspection and maintenance is an important part of owning a fire sprinkler system. If you ever need it, you will not regret any expense in maintaining it properly.
Different tests for a fire sprinkler system: flow test, inspectors test, obstruction test, tamper test, annual test, monthly test, trip test, antifreeze test, alarm test, 5 year, 10 year, 20 year, 50 year, pump and back flow testing.
Every one of these test are designed to make sure that your fire system will work properly if ever called on do what it was designed to do.
Sprinkler System Installation
A1 Fire Sprinklers professional installers can install for all your fire suppression needs, commercial and residential.
A fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection measure, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected. Although historically only used in factories and large commercial buildings, home and small building systems are now available at a cost-effective price.