Fire Sprinkler Inspections

When it comes to fire sprinkler inspections in your business, you can depend on AIE’s nationwide team of experts to help inspect your sprinkler equipment per NFPA 25 and other codes and keep your fire sprinkler and water system working to protect your people.

Since 1983, AIE fire safety experts have conducted thousands of preventative fire protection inspections. We know exactly what to look for to meet national, regional, and local codes, and ensure all components of your fire system meet the requirements set forth in those codes and regulations.

Fire System & NFPA 25 Fire Sprinkler Inspections

Systematic visual inspections of the fire sprinkler systems in your big box stores, retail centers, restaurants, commercial kitchens, government facilities, grocery stores, and warehouses are a crucial component of your buildings’ fire protection measures. Not only do fire sprinkler inspections help you maximize system integrity and meet the NFPA 25 baseline, but you also get the peace of mind that comes from knowing your system will stop fire before it spreads.

Each of your company’s locations must meet the following organizations’ strict codes and you must show documentation to code enforcement officers — sometimes at a moment’s notice — that your building’s fire protection and sprinkler systems are in working order.

  • The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Your local Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ)
  • The International Code Council (ICC)
  • Your insurance company

For 40 years, AIE has been helping businesses like yours with fire sprinkler and system inspections, inspection management, and inspection preparation. Because of this, our nationwide team is often recognized by Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ); we know exactly what the AHJ looks for, so those impromptu inspections can be smooth sailing.

Commercial Fire Sprinkler Code Inspections

To inspect your commercial fire sprinkler system, AIE technicians visually examine all components of the system on the timeline set by the different organizations above, including the NFPA 25 Standard, which puts forth weekly, monthly, quarterly, annual, and five-year fire sprinkler system inspection requirements. 

These inspections include:

Examination of Individual Fire Sprinkler Components

We perform visual inspections of sprinkler heads, control valves, alarm systems, water pressure levels, and any interconnected equipment and document any issues. We notate any problems, make repairs and maintenance recommendations to get your system working correctly.

Fire Sprinkler Accessibility

Our technicians verify that the sprinkler system components are accessible and not obstructed. This ensures that the system can effectively deliver water to suppress a fire.

Fire Sprinkler Maintenance Evaluation

Licensed technicians assess the maintenance history of the system, including any past repairs or modifications. Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the reliability of the system in an emergency.

Fire Sprinkler Documentation Review

Technicians may review documentation related to the fire sprinkler system, such as design plans, maintenance records, and previous inspection reports.

Fire Sprinkler Training and Education

Inspection professionals may also provide guidance to building owners or managers on proper maintenance practices and what to do in case of a fire emergency.

Fire Sprinkler Testing and Performance

As well as regular inspections, fire sprinkler system testing and maintenance are also required. A test is a physical check to make sure the fire sprinkler system is functioning as designed. Inspection and performance testing tags for fire sprinkler systems must be current.

If your system needs repairs or maintenance, AIE technicians are at your service to get your system back to peak performance.

Fire Sprinkler Inspections Can Save Lives & Minimize Damage to Your Business

Contact AIE Today for a No-Obligation Estimate

Commercial fire sprinkler inspections are one step in the process to maximize the safety of occupants and keep your business operational. By identifying and rectifying any issues in the system, you can mitigate potential fire-related risks, stay compliant with all fire safety codes, and care for your employees and customers.

Need a fire sprinkler inspection company near you? Contact AIE today without obligation for more information or to schedule your fire sprinkler system inspections, no matter where you’re located. We’re here to ease the burden and complexity of fire safety in your business or organization. 800-892-9863