Prepare for Your Next Fire Systems Inspection with a Fire Protection Service Agreement
Imagine this – a fire marshal just visited your building, and informed you that your fire sprinklers, fire alarms, emergency lighting and/or fire extinguishers no longer meet code and aren’t certified to protect you during a fire emergency. You know have X days from now to get your fire protection systems up-to-code, and quickly find yourself rushing to find a fire protection company that will service your existing fire protection systems before the required date – no matter the cost.
Often, many businesses experience the above scenario or they wait a few days before the fire marshal’s visit to schedule their fire sprinkler, fire alarm, emergency lighting or fire extinguisher inspection because they forgot they had to get their fire protection systems tested. With everything that goes on at work, it is difficult to remember when your company needs their next fire sprinkler, fire alarm, emergency lighting or fire extinguisher inspection. Additionally, there are many fire safety codes, from local to national fire safety requirements for each type of fire protection system you need, that it becomes easy to forget when to schedule your next fire sprinkler inspection, fire alarm test, emergency lighting inspection or fire extinguishers inspection.
Many fire protection companies today offer businesses service agreement contracts to help businesses remember when to inspect their fire sprinklers, fire alarms, emergency lighting and fire extinguishers. The service agreements put fire protection companies in charge of reminding you when you need to schedule your next fire sprinkler, fire alarm, emergency lighting and fire extinguishers maintenance or inspection, keeping your fire systems always up-to-code and leaving you with never worrying about a single date or fire marshal inspection again.
Don’t wait until the fire marshal tells you your fire sprinklers, fire alarms, emergency lighting or fire extinguishers are outdated or incapable of keeping your work safe during a fire. Ask your local fire protection company about what maintenance service contracts they offer to ensure your fire protection systems are always certified and ready to protect your co-workers from a fire emergency.
If you are in Maryland (MD), Washington, DC, Virginia (VA) or West Virginia (WV) and never having to remember when you need to inspect your fire protection systems, contact Guardian Fire Protection today! Whether you need to inspect, maintain or test your fire sprinklers, fire alarms, emergency lighting or fire extinguishers, we can help you stay protected from a fire all year long!Category: Fire Protection