4 Signs It’s Time For Your Orlando Sprinkler System Inspection

Have you been wondering if you need to schedule your Orlando sprinkler system inspection? You can get your answers by reading this blog or calling DynaFire. Or both.

Fire sprinkler systems save lives and property. In fact, properties that were equipped with automatic sprinkler systems when a fire broke out had a civilian death rate that was 89% lower than properties without. The rate of firefighter injury was 60% lower. This is because sprinkler systems are very effective at extinguishing or containing fires, which is obviously good – that’s what they’re made to do. 

If you have a sprinkler system installed on your commercial property, you know that you need to schedule Orlando sprinkler system inspections from time to time. But how often? Are there times you would need to have an additional inspection between each standard one? 

5 Signs It’s Time For A Sprinkler System Inspection

You need a routine inspection

Depending on the regulations that apply to your property type, the sprinkler system components you have in your building, and state and local codes, you will need routine fire sprinkler inspections conducted. At DynaFire, we handle the following sprinkler system inspections:

  • Annual fire sprinkler testing
  • Quarterly fire sprinkler testing
  • Semi-annual fire sprinkler testing
  • 3rd-year trip testing on backflow preventers
  • 5th-year inspections on all sprinkler systems
  • And more

Our knowledgeable technicians are familiar with all Fire & Life Safety codes that apply to your property, so you don’t have to be. But you can ask us all the questions you want and we’ll be happy to answer. We just like to talk about fire sprinkler inspections whenever we can.

You have leaksOrlando Sprinkler System Inspection

Have your employees and other building occupants started bringing their rain gear in with them every day? If fire sprinkler leaks are bringing the outside in, you might need an Orlando sprinkler system inspection. Leaks can be caused by human error, equipment malfunctions, poor design, accidental damage, and wear and tear. You want to have a leak addressed as soon as possible to avoid damage to your property and ensure your sprinkler system is in working condition. 

You see rust

Rust is an unfortunately common issue with sprinkler systems. The combination of water, metal, and oxygen causes corrosion, which often can’t be seen by the casual observer. If you do spot some rusting or other concerning buildup on sprinkler system components, you should have it looked at by a professional promptly. 

There was physical damage to your system

Whether it was accidental or intentional, sprinkler system damage happens. Individuals servicing other building components can accidentally damage your sprinkler system, Kyle could be driving the forklift a little too fast while reaching for the top shelf, or an ill-intentioned vandal could create a problem in your building. No matter what happens, the team at DynaFire is here to put everything back where it needs to be.

Schedule Your Orlando Sprinkler System Inspection Today

If any of these scenarios sound like you, or if you’re not sure when your last inspection was, just give us a call. We’re happy to get your building back in compliance and your fire sprinkler system in working order.

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