National Fire Prevention Week is next week and it shows the importance of fire escape planning and knowing what to do during a fire. Even though it is very important to have a plan without a regularly tested and inspected fire alarm system you may still be in danger.

The worst time to find out that your fire alarm system is not able to perform its designated function is during an emergency. Regular testing and inspection of your fire alarm system will guard against such an occurrence. Our technicians use the most current procedures and equipment on every inspection we conduct, thoroughly testing and inspecting every component in your system for correct operation. In addition to identifying unseen deficiencies, regularly-scheduled inspections can reduce false alarms by ensuring your smoke detectors are optimized to the correct sensitivity level. Our technicians are supplied with mobile devices for access to previous inspection reports and pertinent, site-specific data. Your benefit as a Fireguard customer is in receiving a clear, concise, professional inspection report for your records.

When it comes to protecting your property and the people in your facility from fire, early warning and fast response alarms can make the difference in preventing a catastrophe. A properly installed, maintained and inspected fire alarm system is essential to instantly alert occupants of a building and summon emergency personnel when necessary.

Today’s fire alarm systems are increasingly technological. For over four decades, Fireguard has set the standard for training and technical proficiency among our technicians, with a state-of-the-art training facility that allows our workforce to stay one step ahead of improvements in fire alarm design and operation.

Fireguard is one of the top fire protection service providers, providing fire alarm installation, maintenance, and inspection services to companies in the Mid-Atlantic region. We have the experience, workforce, and capability to perform fire alarm services on facilities of any size and type.

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