Our team of Fire Prevention and Fire Suppression professionals conduct routine inspections to guarantee that various types of structures, including commercial, industrial, public assembly buildings, and residential properties, adhere to the standards outlined in the BC Fire Code.

These inspections encompass a thorough evaluation of several key aspects within these buildings, including:

1. The status of fire safety equipment, such as fire alarms, sprinkler systems, emergency lighting, and extinguishers.
2. Identification and mitigation of potential fire hazards.
3. Evaluation of life safety concerns.
4. Assessment of accessibility for firefighting purposes and other relevant safety factors.

Now, lets dive into the various aspects of fire inspection and why we need to get our property inspected regularly.

fire extinguisher inspection

Regular fire extinguisher inspections are essential to guarantee their functionality when you need them most. Our experienced technicians meticulously examine each extinguisher, checking for proper pressure levels, visible damage, and ensuring the integrity of seals and safety mechanisms. We adhere to industry standards and regulations to provide you with the highest level of assurance. Learn more about fire extinguisher recharge.

Why do I need to inspect my fire extinguishers?

Fire Extinguisher inspections are important because a damaged fire extinguisher can be dangerous, Regular inspections help ensure the canister is working properly and is ready in the event of a fire. Inspections help ensure that the extinguisher is still present in its designated location, no damage has occurred to the equipment, no obstructions are blocking the equipment from view or from easy access, and the extinguisher is fully charged and operational.

Why OFTEN SHOULD I inspect my fire extinguishers?

Extinguishers should be inspected once a year and be visually inspected every month. All Carbon Dioxide extinguishers should be inspected and weighed each year. All fire extinguishers should be turned upside down and be shaken once a year to prevent the powder from sticking on one place.

What happens if my fire extinguisher fails the inspection?

If a fire extinguisher fails the inspection, the technician will typically recommend necessary maintenance, repairs, or replacement. It's important to address any issues promptly to maintain the extinguisher's effectiveness.

How can I schedule a professional fire extinguisher inspection?

Contact Singh Fire to schedule a professional fire extinguisher inspection. Our experts will ensure that your extinguishers are properly inspected and maintained.

fire alarm inspection

A fire alarm system is a building system designed to detect and alert occupants and emergency forces of the presence of smoke, fire, carbon monoxide, or other fire-related emergencies. the B.C. Fire Code (section 6.3), NFPA 72 and other industry standards (CAN/ULC-S536) require annual and monthly fire alarm inspections. To keep your fire alarm system in good operating condition at all times, you can trust our ASTT/CFAA certified fire protection technicians.Full-service of fire protection, Annual fire alarm inspections, Monthly fire alarm inspectionsand In-suite testing.

fire door inspection

Fire doors are a critical component of any fire safety strategy, containing the spread of flames and smoke, allowing safe evacuation. Our specialized inspections ensure that these doors function flawlessly when it matters most. Fire Doors save lives. Fire doors are the number one defense for protecting your personnel and building in the event of a fire as they reduce the spread of smoke and fire within your facility.

fire sprinkler inspection

Fire sprinklers are a first line of defense against fires, and regular inspections are essential to ensure they function optimally when needed. Our thorough inspections help identify any issues that could compromise their performance. As per NFPA 25: Weekly & Monthly inspections of gauges and control valves are required to be inspected as per NFPA 25 and Part 6 Section 6.4 of the BC Fire Code. Quarterly Inspections are required on all water flow devices, valve supervisory devices, hydraulic nameplates and fire department connections.

fire AND KITCHEN sUPRESSION inspection

Fire suppression systems are a vital safeguard against fires in various environments. Our comprehensive inspections ensure these systems are fully operational, providing you with peace of mind. Your kitchen hood fire suppression system should be inspected every six months, according to NFPA 96. This inspection must be completed by a licensed fire protection company, in most cases an ASTTBC qualified personnel.

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