A lot is riding on a sprinkler system’s ability to operate and function properly. So much so, in fact, that state law prohibits the occupancy of any portion of a building until the required suppression system has been tested and approved. Additionally, the code requires that such systems be maintained in an operative condition at all times and be repaired or replaced when defective. In order to meet both federal certification requirements and state licensure requirements, automatic fire sprinkler systems are required to be inspected, tested, and maintained in accordance with NFPA 25. Further, many insurance agencies require that this type of test is conducted annually.
Macomb Mechanical Fire Protection has licensed, trained, and experienced designers available to inspect your wet or dry fire protection systems. In addition to the monthly and quarterly inspections and tests, NFPA 25 has very detailed and specific inspection, testing, and maintenance services that need to be performed on an annual basis. Because of their complexity, and to comply with state law, these services must be performed by a licensed fire protection contractor.
Ensure that you are in compliance with NFPA 25; contact us today to schedule your NFPA inspection and service.