Proper Fire Alarm Testing and Inspections place the safety of your customers and personnel first. Let us help you in providing that safety to your facility.
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Prepare & Prevent
Have you ever forgotten the date your fire alarm system inspection was due? At FNS Communications we can take the hassle out of your Fire Alarm Testing. FNS Communications ensures your Fire Alarm Inspections are done on time, systems are stringently tested, and full documentation of the results. Prior to testing, we will send you a plan to test your facility. Our plan is to ensure your business operations are not interrupted. Testing of your system is in strict adherence to all local and NFPA 72 guidelines. Results of the Testing and Inspection are fully documented for compliance with local jurisdiction mandates. Proper Fire Alarm Testing and Inspections place the safety of your customers and personnel first. Let us help you in providing that safety to your facility.
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How can we help..
We are here to connect the dots in times of crisis – count on a fast response.
Experts that are trained to handle any fire and smoke emergencies to prevent loss of life and minimize property damage.
We are affiliated with UCC, Exceptional Monitoring by Lydia Security, the sister company to COPS.
FIRE ALARM INSPECTIONS
Whether it's that time of year or you need something fixed, we’ll get it done fast.
You will always be experiencing some required fire alerts and fire suppression inspections that are scheduled fire alarm system maintenances.
Don't fall behind! Stay ahead of the flame, and schedule yours with us, today!
Let us help you stay up to date.
An update or entirely new system can help protect your workforce in case of a potentially dangerous emergency.
Let's take a look at your current system, ensuring that it is up to date, accurate, safe, and compliant with local fire codes; we will find your solution from there!
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Testing components involves more steps than visual inspections, but it’s unnecessary to do it as often. Though several components require semiannual testing, most components only need once-a-year tests, according to NFPA 72’s table 126.96.36.199. Like with inspections, your testing schedule can vary depending on your local laws and authority-having jurisdiction.