Fire Sprinkler Systems in Lake Placid, NY

Fire Sprinkler Design, Installation & Service

Commercial and industrial settings are often hazardous environments highly susceptible to fire. Installing a commercial fire sprinkler system is one of the most critical steps building owners and managers can take to protect people and assets from fire hazards.

Whether you manage one commercial facility or multiple large campuses, you need a reliable, custom-tailored fire sprinkler system that uses the industry’s most advanced technologies to extinguish flames quickly and avoid catastrophic damage during a fire.

Firetech Sprinkler Corp. designs, installs, inspects, maintains, and repairs commercial fire sprinkler systems for businesses in and around Lake Placid, NY. We’ll help you protect your people, property, and other assets from the devastating effects of a fire, handling all your fire protection needs promptly and efficiently.

Firetech’s fire sprinkler services protect the important assets at your Lake Placid, NY, commercial property from fire-related dangers. Contact us online or call us at 802-655-1800 to learn more.

Fire Sprinkler Design for Lake Placid Businesses

Commercial fire sprinkler design requires expertise and meticulous planning. Each system must meet your property’s unique hazards to prevent fires and life safety threats. Firetech’s NICET-certified designers use advanced computer technology to design customized sprinkler systems for diverse industries, including:

  • Commercial and residential structures
  • Office buildings
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Hospitality
  • Specialty applications, including aviation

Our five-step approach makes us a recognized leader in fire sprinkler system design:

  • Step 1: Evaluate your commercial property’s water supply.
  • Step 2: Determine its precise system needs.
  • Step 3: Calculate the precise amount of protection your building or facility requires.
  • Step 4: Select and install sprinklers.
  • Step 5: Select and install piping.

If you need a fire sprinkler system designed for your Lake Placid-area commercial property, contact Firetech at 802-655-1800.

Fire Sprinkler Installations in Lake Placid

Fire safety experts say installing a fire sprinkler system is the number one thing you can do to protect your business. To be effective, it should be installed by trained and certified professionals. Our skilled technicians are experts in installing all commercial fire sprinkler systems, including wet, dry, or pre-action versions. Your fire sprinkler system is installed right the first time, no matter how detailed its design.

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Fire Sprinkler Inspections, Testing, and Maintenance

When flames erupt in a commercial space, a fire sprinkler system reduces the chances of extensive fire damage. To ensure your system works as it should, it must be regularly inspected, tested, and maintained.

New York’s Fire Code mandates professional testing and inspecting of commercial fire sprinkler systems annually. Managers and owners should also regularly examine their building’s sprinkler system as part of the business’s routine maintenance program. Firetech’s multi-certified technicians are trained to perform all required NFPA inspections and testing to ensure your building’s fire sprinkler system is safety compliant and functioning correctly.

When it’s time to have your fire sprinklers inspected, turn to the experts at Firetech! Call 802-655-1800 or contact us online to schedule an appointment in Lake Placid.

Backflow Preventers for Lake Placid Commercial Properties

Commercial backflow preventers prevent polluted water from entering the public water supply and are required at most commercial properties. If your building or facility has an existing backflow preventer, by law, it must be tested annually by a third-party professional fire protection company.

To learn more about our backflow preventer services in Lake Placid, call 802-655-1800 or contact us online.

Lake Placid Fire Pump Services

Fire pumps can be a vital component of your fire protection system, providing adequate water flow for fire sprinklers and other equipment. Typically used in structures over 400 to 500 feet tall, they’re also recommended for lower-set buildings that are difficult for fire fighting equipment to reach. Like all Firetech fire safety systems, our fire pumps are crafted to your building’s unique requirements.

Contact Firetech online or call 802-655-1800 to see if your Lake Placid business needs a fire pump.

Why Choose Firetech Sprinkler Corp.?

Firetech Sprinkler Corp. is a full-service fire safety contractor that provides in-house design, fabrication, installation, inspection, testing, and maintenance services for commercial fire sprinkler systems. No other fire safety company can help you protect your facility’s people, property, and assets from the ravaging effects of fire like we can. We’re experts in fire sprinkler solutions and have enjoyed a reputation as the fire protection contractor of choice in the greater Lake Placid, NY, region since 1992. We also offer our existing customers 24/7 emergency services.

Contact Firetech online today to learn more about our fire sprinkler services for Lake Placid businesses and commercial properties. You can also call us at 802-655-1800.

Frequently Asked Questions About Fire Sprinklers

When a fire breaks out, the air above it heats rapidly, rises, and spreads along the ceiling. When the air is hot enough and reaches a sprinkler head, it triggers a chain reaction that sets off the entire sprinkler system.

If you’re uncertain about whether your Lake Placid property needs to install a fire sprinkler system, consult an experienced fire protection contractor familiar with New York’s fire codes. Most commercial buildings, including office buildings, healthcare facilities, retail establishments, hotels and motels, and educational institutions, are legally required to install commercial fire sprinklers.

Yes, OSHA requires adequately maintained fire sprinkler systems in commercial buildings. They also require the systems to be inspected and tested annually to ensure they will work correctly in the event of a fire. Fire sprinkler systems not meeting OSHA’s safety standards are subject to various citations and fines.