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Fire System Inspections in Northern California

Keep Your Fire Protection Equipment Working & Ready With Regular Inspections

Fires can happen at any time in a commercial facility. Make sure your business is ready and protected by having your fire protection systems inspected at regular intervals. Our experts at Foothill Fire Protection, Inc. can help.

We offer full inspections of fire sprinklers, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, and more, ensuring they are code-compliant and ready for an emergency. With over 25 years of fire protection experience, our company is equipped to handle all your fire protection needs, from design and installations to inspections and testing to maintenance and repairs. We serve businesses throughout Northern California, including Rocklin, Redding, Chico, Concord, and the Bay Area.

Make sure your fire protection equipment is ready when you need it. Call our team at (916) 663-3582 or contact us online to schedule a fire protection inspection today.

Keep Your Business Safe

Systems We Inspect

Faulty equipment cannot help during a fire. To minimize the chances of injuries and property damage, make sure your fire protection equipment is inspected regularly. At Foothill Fire Protection, Inc., we can provide all the inspections your business needs for the best protection from fires and other emergencies. We inspect fire protection systems, including:

Our experts will thoroughly examine every system, document the results, and notify your facility of any problems that may need repairs or service.

For inspections or emergency repairs of your fire protection equipment in Sacramento, Rocklin, or the surrounding communities, call (916) 663-3582 or contact us online today.

Our Inspection Services

The National Fire Protection Association has developed detailed standards for the inspection and testing of all fire protection equipment. Our fire protection inspections meet the requirements of all NFPA, state, and local fire safety codes, and our available inspection services include:

  • Monthly: Every month, our team can visually inspect extinguishers, fire sprinklers, gauges, and valves to verify proper pressures and operational status.
  • Quarterly inspections: Our quarterly inspections cover equipment like fire alarm annunciators, valves, hydraulic fittings, fire department connections, and more, ensuring they are working properly and free of defects.
  • Annual inspections: Once a year, our experts will verify the condition and operation of all major systems like fire sprinklers, fire alarms, and more, ensuring they are fully working and ready for an emergency. Our team will test fire pumps and hydrants, recording their flow rates and monitoring their performance.
  • Five-year inspections: Every five years, we will inspect the condition of items like sprinkler heads and piping, and we will recommend hydro-testing fire extinguishers.

Should any equipment fail the inspection process, our experts can refer you to our service department for corrective action. We offer full maintenance and repairs for all the equipment we inspect, and when finished, we will issue a new inspection report that certifies you are compliant with NFPA standards.

To learn more about our inspection services in Northern California or the Bay Area, call (916) 663-3582 or contact us online today.

Keep Your Business Safe

Why Choose Foothill Fire Protection, Inc.?

As a leading provider of fire protection services in Northern California, Foothill Fire Protection, Inc. is dedicated to the safety and productivity of your business. Our company features:

  • Over 25 years of fire protection experience
  • Superior products, service, and workmanship
  • An unparalleled commitment to safety
  • Projects completed on time and on budget
  • Services that are tailored to your needs

When you would like the best fire protection services for your Bay Area business, choose Foothill Fire Protection, Inc. Call (916) 663-3582 or contact us online today!

Frequently Asked Questions About Fire Protection System Inspections

You should routinely conduct inspections of your fire extinguishers, alarms, sprinklers, and any other fire safety equipment to ensure the safety of your business.

You should also complete the following actions ahead of a professional inspection:

  • Ensure all emergency exit routes are clearly identified, accessible, and free of obstructions.
  • Promptly remove flammable garbage and debris.
  • Ensure your electrical panels are accessible and labeled clearly for fast shutdowns of power in an emergency.
  • Store flammable and combustible material properly.
  • Ensure your extension cords are in good condition and are only for temporary use.

During a fire safety inspection, a qualified technician will inspect and test equipment like fire sprinkler systems, fire extinguishers, fire suppression systems, and fire alarm systems.

The technician will tag each system as it’s inspected and issue a full report to the facility’s owner. Issues like blocked emergency exits, improper flammable storage, or unnecessary items in a mechanical room will be noted.

Serious deficiencies like malfunctioning sprinklers or a faulty fire suppression system will need to be repaired immediately.

Business owners and trained employees can perform weekly and monthly fire protection equipment inspections to ensure the facility’s safety and spot problems early.

Weekly inspections should include tasks such as:

  • Checking the gauges on fire sprinkler systems and fire extinguishers
  • Inspecting sprinkler control valves
  • Ensuring proper clearance below sprinkler heads
  • Checking the fire alarms for power, trouble signals, and blown fuses

Monthly inspections should include:

  • Inspecting fire extinguisher canisters
  • Visually inspecting the fire sprinkler system
  • Testing fire alarm backup power
  • Verifying that the monitoring station is receiving fire alarm signals

A qualified fire protection company should perform quarterly and annual inspections.

NFPA 25 details the required inspection, testing, and maintenance procedures of water-based fire protection equipment such as fire sprinkler systems.

It requires quarterly testing and inspection of components such as:

  • Waterflow alarms
  • Signal devices
  • Gauges
  • Pressure-reducing valves
  • Backflow preventers
  • And more

Annual inspection and testing are required for:

  • Pipes and fittings
  • Sprinklers
  • Hangers
  • Standpipes
  • Valves
  • And more

Flow tests will also be required for fire pumps and related equipment.

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