Unleash the Protection of Inspections

The word “inspection” can provoke both grimaces and groans. It’s one more thing to check off the list, and it can also add stress thinking about the potential results. But it’s time to embrace fire inspections as an important part of your business plan.

Blog8That’s because the annual losses by fire far outpace the losses from floods, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes and other natural disasters in the United States, according to the United States Fire Administration. Adhering to an effective fire protection plan led by trained inspectors will reveal any problems before they become major issues, saving you time, money and inventory.

How often should fire inspections occur?

The National Fire Sprinkler Association recommends that a knowledgeable professional do a full sprinkler system inspection at least four times a year. However, be sure to check your local regulations as some states and cities require more frequent inspections.

In addition to quarterly inspections, you should schedule additional inspections when:

  • The building or the use of the building changes
  • The water supply changes
  • A backflow preventer or water meter is added or changed

How can TP Mechanical help you prevent fires?

TP Mechanical service teams can review and audit your current protection system and then provide a comprehensive recommendation for repairs, replacements and ongoing maintenance. To receive a free assessment and review of your system for compliance, cost-effectiveness and emergency readiness, click here.

You can then secure TP Mechanical to make regular inspections of your sprinkler system. After each inspection, we’ll provide you test certificates that comply with the requirements of your insurance company and local fire department inspection. From deluge fire sprinkler systems to specialized hazard systems, see all the fire protection capabilities TP Mechanical has to offer.

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