Fire Sprinkler Inspection & Testing Services in VT, NH & NY

Automatic sprinkler systems are by far the most effective way to keep lives and property safe in the case of a fire. At Firetech Sprinkler Corp., our team can maximize the effectiveness of any building’s or facility’s fire sprinkler system through our inspection and testing services.

During your required inspections, our professionals will thoroughly evaluate and test your sprinkler system to ensure it’s ready to protect your property from fire risks.

Call Firetech today at 802-655-1800 to schedule a fire sprinkler inspection in Vermont, northern New Hampshire, or northeastern New York.

Fire Sprinkler System Inspections

A physical inspection of sprinkler systems is necessary at varying intervals according to the type of system and building it’s in. To determine how often your system needs inspection, consult NFPA 25, “Standard for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems.” You can also check with our experts at Firetech.

Fire sprinkler system inspections should always cover:

  • Checking air and water pressure
  • Looking for leaks, cracks, and corrosion
  • Checking alarm valves
  • Checking wet pipe system gauges
  • Ensuring control valves are sealed and open

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How Often Do You Need Fire Sprinkler Testing?

  • Mechanical water flow alarm devices: Quarterly testing
  • Electric vane & pressure-flow devices: Semiannual testing
  • Antifreeze solution: Annual testing

While these are just examples of the bare minimum, Firetech Sprinkler Corp. can design a testing schedule that covers every component of your system so you can rest assured that the sprinklers will be able to deploy correctly when you need them.

We work with you to schedule system testing at the most convenient time, and our experienced technicians follow a streamlined process that will minimize the disruption of the trip testing.

Is your sprinkler system due for testing? Contact Firetech Sprinkler Corp. today at 802-655-1800 to schedule testing.

Choose Excellence & Expertise With Firetech

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As the leading provider of fire sprinkler services in Vermont, northeastern New York, and northern New Hampshire, our certified service technicians have fully equipped vehicles to handle any service needed.

At Firetech, our service technicians are top experts in fire sprinkler inspection, testing, and maintenance. We’re well-versed in all types and manufacturers of sprinkler equipment, allowing us to troubleshoot a wide range of issues on-site.

Our technicians are highly knowledgeable about the inspection and testing procedures for all types of sprinkler systems, including wet pipe, dry pipe, standpipe, pre-action, foam, and deluge. We also inspect, test, and maintain fire, jockey pumps, and backflow preventers.

Our technicians are also certified by the New England Water Works Association to test and repair backflow preventers. Other services include underground pipe flushing, hydrant flow testing, and hydrant flushing. Firetech’s technicians use tablet-based NFPA 25 inspection software.

Our service department has dedicated staff that monitors our customers’ fire sprinkler inspection requirements, schedules regular inspections, and prepares comprehensive reports on the condition of the sprinkler system.

Call Firetech Sprinkler Corp. today at 802-655-1800 to learn more about our fire sprinkler inspection and testing services.

Frequently Asked Questions

While technical inspections are best left to the professionals, you can perform a few checks on your own. You should wipe dust and debris from your sprinklers regularly and do a basic inspection of anything that might block your sprinklers’ water flow.

Make sure your pipes are well-insulated and replace insulation where necessary.

In-depth physical checks are a core part of the NFPA 25 testing schedule. You need to test your sprinklers four times a year, with additional biannual and annual tests and tags to accommodate your water flow, fire pumps, antifreeze, and alarm.

Every five years, your sprinklers must be tested in extreme environments. Your dry sprinklers require additional tests every decade.