4 FAQs About Fire Alarm Inspections

When you’re in need of fire alarm inspections, you might have some questions before scheduling an appointment. We’re answering four FAQs to help you understand the process.

1) When Should I Schedule A Fire Alarm Inspection?

If you can’t remember the last time your facility was checked for a fire alarm inspection, it’s probably time to schedule your next appointment. You can find this information in the inspection log that should be left on-site, or if you’re a recurring client of DynaFire’s, you can find this information in DynaLink. DynaLink is our client portal that keeps track of past appointments, services performed, locations visited, etc. It’s an incredibly beneficial resource for our clients to reference in case of instances like these. 

Fire alarm inspections2) Why Do I Need An Inspection?

Annual and semi-annual inspections are required by code to ensure your system is functioning properly and there are no signs of damage. Fire alarms are designed to detect fires and notify residents and safety personnel of the emergency on your property. It’s critical for these systems to be in excellent working condition so they can send help your way and prevent a minor concern from turning into something much worse.

Check out our Fire & Life Safety Guide Part 1 and Part 2 for more information about how to keep your property up-to-date. 

3) Do I Need To Contact A Company With Certified Technicians?

Yes! It’s strongly recommended to hire a company with certified technicians to ensure your inspection is 100% fault-free. Our technicians at DynaFire are NICET certified (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies). They’re also trained to inspect a variety of equipment brands with extensive knowledge of all commercial fire systems.

4) How Do You Monitor and Maintain Fire Alarms After Inspection?

We monitor fire alarm systems with DynaNet, our wireless mesh network providing fault-tolerant, end-to-end delivery of alarm signals. Our system – which we personally designed – meets all UL and NFPA requirements, and its wireless capabilities mean you can say goodbye to cables!

Our NICET trained technicians are available around the clock to help perform routine maintenance or respond to complex concerns. We make sure you’re covered at all times.

Schedule Fire Alarm Inspections

If you’re looking to schedule your fire alarm inspections, then you’ve come to the right place! Contact us today to get started.

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