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Arbor Inspections Provides Fire Suppression Inspections in Wayne County, MI

In 1941 the Fire Prevention Code was enacted to "provide for the prevention of fires and the protection of persons and property from exposure to the dangers of fire or explosion.." and "to control the construction, use, and occupancy of buildings and premises in relation to safety, including fire safety." Fire inspectors, fire extinguishing agents, and requirements for inspection followed. Over the years, additional acts, codes, and amendments for fire safety evolved from this very significant landmark act. It is impossible to know how many lives have been saved, and how many properties and buildings spared.

Early detection and warning are the purposes of fire suppression systems, first to save lives, and secondly, to extinguish fires before they start, or at least to minimize damage. The systems that achieve this are called fire suppression systems, and they must be inspected regularly according to Fire Codes.

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No Matter the Fire Suppression Systems Your Building Has, It Must Be Inspected

Property managers and property owners know there are fines for not complying with the Fire Safety Rules and Code Requirements for routine inspections of fire systems, fire pumps, and all parts associated. Failure to comply may include the closure of the building and its businesses. Antifreeze Systems, Wet Systems, Dry Systems, or other systems, the Fire Safety Rules and Code Requirements require inspections.

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R 29.2802 states that system testing, servicing, inspection, or maintenance by a certified firm is required, as such:
"Rule 2. (1) Testing, servicing, inspection, or maintenance functions which are intended to be performed by persons who have special training, knowledge, and equipment and which is so indicated in the manufacturer's instructions or a nationally recognized code are required to be performed by a certified firm. At a minimum of once a year, system tests of required fire alarm systems and fire suppression systems shall be conducted in compliance with the standards adopted by reference in R 29.2809 by a certified firm."
Source: https://www.michigan.gov/documents/lara/.

Arbor Inspections is a certified, professional Fire Suppression Inspection company. We produce detailed reports for all fire suppression systems and fire pumps. We provide expert installation of all system types, and we offer Repair Service and part replacement

We hope that your fire suppression system is never needed; however, it must be in operable condition at all times.

When you realize that 98% of inspections result in service being needed, or even a small part replaced, you understand that inspections are not to be overlooked. One malfunctioning or worn part can have a detrimental effect on the operation of a whole system. For convenience, our maintenance team sends reminders when it is time for quarterly, semi-annual, and annual inspections of your fire suppression system.

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