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Austin Fire Alarm Inspections

Fire alarms are unobtrusively attached to ceilings and walls, and you may forget they are even there in your house or business. However, these devices are your first line of protection against fires and smoke damage. To help you and your loved ones stay safe, it is crucial to have your fire alarm system inspected regularly.

When you need a fire alarm system inspected, you can only have this service performed by a licensed technician. At Ace Fire Equipment, our licensed inspection professionals understand the importance of protecting everything you have worked so hard to build, and we want to help you prevent the devastating consequences of a fire. To discuss your inspection needs with a certified Austin fire alarm inspection professional, contact us today at 512-835-2020.

Types of Fire Alarm Inspections

The Austin Fire Department’s Emergency Prevention Division requires that many different types of businesses and buildings have regular fire alarm inspections in order to protect both the occupants and the property itself. The main types of inspections that you must have include:

  • New construction – also called technical inspections, these must be performed on all structures built within the city of Austin prior to occupancy
  • General businesses – inspections that occur on a regular basis, such as those for day cares, high-rise buildings, and healthcare centers
  • Residential – includes multi-family residential living centers, such as sorority and fraternity houses
  • Public assembly – inspections for facilities that hold 50 or more people, like restaurants and entertainment centers

Fire alarm inspections are required by law, and you should only entrust these services to certified technicians who understand the importance of fire prevention.

Contact Us

At Ace Fire Equipment, we want to help protect you and those you care about from the ravages of fire. Our certified Austin fire alarm inspection professionals have the training and equipment necessary to perform the fire alarm inspections that you need. For more information about the ways we can help you prevent fires, contact us today at 512-835-2020.