Fire Alarm Systems Maintenance/Support
Security and Automation Systems

Fire Alarm Systems Maintenance/Support

If you have a fire alarm system, you need to know that it is working and ready to use when you need it. Vplus offers reliable fire alarm maintenance/support services for your systems and equipment. Our expert staff has decades of experience servicing leading fire alarm systems. As a provider of alarm services, we take the time to understand your needs and create a maintenance/support program that works for you.

Routine servicing and maintenance of your fire alarm system by an accredited firm is important for compliance with current legal requirements. To save lives and property, fire alarm systems need to be in good working order. Regular servicing ensures that systems are functioning correctly and can save you from costly repairs in the future. Our team of experts is ready to provide comprehensive maintenance services for your fire alarm system.

The most important aspect of fire alarm systems is finding and extinguishing the fire source as quickly as possible. Improper design or selection of the system without considering the area to be protected can cause the system to malfunction. In addition, if the selected detector type is not suitable for the environment, false alarms can occur, and this problem can compromise the system's reliability.

What does Fire Alarm Systems Maintenance/Support cover?

In fire detection and alarm systems, all devices must be accessible during periodic testing and maintenance. The following devices and products need to be checked during fire alarm system maintenance/support:

  • Fire panels
  • Carbon monoxide detection system
  • Sirens
  • Fire detectors
  • Ex-proof detectors
  • Flashers
  • Fire Alarm Buttons

How should Fire Alarm Systems Maintenance be done?

Fire alarm systems are the most important element for the safety of people and property in a facility. Therefore, the experience and reliability of the company performing these maintenance tasks are very important. A company that is not an expert in fire detection and alarm systems can cause irreversible damage.

The following should be considered during periodic maintenance of fire detection and alarm systems:

  • Checking and performing performance tests on the devices in the fire alarm system.
  • Ensuring that the devices connected to the fire alarm system are functioning properly during fire drills.
  • Checking the functionality of the electronic cards in the fire alarm control panel.
  • Ensuring that the fire alarm system works properly in zone-specific alarms.
  • Checking the functionality of the system's power sources.
  • Testing the monitoring and testing capabilities of the system's control and indicator hardware.
  • Checking the status of the battery and the battery voltage connections.
  • Optimizing device performance by making updates to the fire alarm system and control panel.