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Action Fire Pros

Fire Alarm

Why is Fire Alarm Monitoring Important

While having an alarm system in place will help ensure those on location are alerted to any problems, in most buildings the greatest risk of loss occurs when the facility is unoccupied. Detecting a fire early can mean the difference between losing everything and keeping damage to a minimum. If a fire occurs and there is no one on the scene to respond to the problem, great loss can result. When the fire department is not notified there is a problem, the fire can spread and do irretrievable damage if the location has no sprinkler system.

Even on locations with a sprinkler system, if no one is notified to turn off the water flow once the fire has been defeated immense water damage can occur. This is where UL listed alarm monitoring provides the extra measure of security to protect your assets.  When your onsite alarm system detects a problem, it sends a signal to the monitoring center so that the fire department can be dispatched and you can be notified within minutes of a fire starting.

In addition to vital fire and water flow notifications, having your system monitored provides other valuable services such as tamper switch notification and alerts when your initiation and notification devices have a problem and need to be replaced or repaired. Monitoring provides invaluable insight to your alarm systems health and ability to respond to emergencies without requiring you to be on site.

To properly monitor your location, Action uses a UL listed FM approved monitoring center that meets or exceeds all NFPA standards. Multiple redundancies ensure that any signals your system sends will be received and promptly acted upon. At your location, Action provides multiple technology options to best serve your needs, from land line to TCP/IP to cellular solutions. Action can monitor most existing brands and types of panels, and are experts at installing new dialers or panels should those be required.

Fire Alarm Installation

In addition to vital fire and water flow notifications, having your system monitored provides other valuable services such as tamper switch notification and alerts when your initiation and notification devices have a problem and need to be replaced or repaired. Monitoring provides invaluable insight to your alarm systems health and ability to respond to emergencies without requiring you to be on site.

To properly monitor your location, Action uses a UL listed FM approved monitoring center that meets or exceeds all NFPA standards. Multiple redundancies ensure that any signals your system sends will be received and promptly acted upon. At your location, Action provides multiple technology options to best serve your needs, from land line to TCP/IP to cellular solutions. Action can monitor most existing brands and types of panels, and are experts at installing new dialers or panels should those be required.

Fire Alarm Inspection Process

Our annual testing of fire alarm panel and associated devices (includes smoke detectors, pull stations, heat detectors, and horn/strobe units).

TEST BATTERY BACK-UP SYSTEMS

VERIFY ALARM SIGNALS

PROVIDE INSPECTION REPORT

INSPECTIONS FOLLOW THE STANDARDS AND CODES OF:

National Fire Protection Association

Insurance Company

State of Texas

Local Fire Marshall

Beyond fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems we also inspect the following fire protection systems:

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    Fire Pumps

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    Fire Extinguishers

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    Vent Hoods

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    Backflow Preventers and Rain/Freeze Sensors

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    Fire Doors

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    FM 200, Halon, Clean Agent Systems

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    CO2 Systems

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    Fire Hoses

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    Emergency/Exit Lights

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    Fire Hydrants

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    Paintbooth Systems

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    Standpipes

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    Water Cannons

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    Various other needs at your request

Fire Alarm Features

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    Fire Alarm Monitoring

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    Fire Alarm Installation

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    Fire Alarm Inspection

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