If you are in need of fire department sprinkler testing in New York City look no further then Allstate Sprinkler Corp. We understand that fire sprinkler testing is extremely important and we are here to get the job done properly. We have over 100 employees on staff that are trained and knowledgeable in the field.
Fire Department Sprinkler Testing in New York City
Residential and Commercial Fire Department Sprinkler Testing
At Allstate Sprinkler Corp. we know that fire department sprinkler testing can be a time sensitive matter. If you or your business have been served a fire department sprinkler violation in New York City, you’ll need a specialist in fire sprinkler testing to bring all of your equipment up to code right away to avoid any additional fines. We are experts in fire sprinkler testing and fire sprinkler inspections throughout New York City.
We make it our duty to provide the best fire sprinkler testing throughout all of New York City and Staten Island. Our goal is to eliminate any safety concerns or fire code violations for you or your business. We use a series of tests to determine that any newly installed or previously existing fire sprinkler equipment operates to all safety standards. In addition, we also check the water supply as well.
Five Year Hydrostatic Sprinkler Testing
At Allstate Sprinkler Corp., we perform 5-year hydrostatic pressure tests throughout Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Islandon a daily basis in connection with Fire Department personnel. Five year hydrostatic pressure tests can be life-saving procedures. These tests simulate actual fire department events that take place during a fire. We perform these tests as accurately as we can in order to assure that your sprinkler system will always be ready and functioning in the event of a fire.
Why You Need Fire Sprinkler Testing in New York City
As of 2012, the National Fire Protection Association put a new law into effect in New York. This law requires all business owners to have their fire safety equipment inspected, tested, and serviced at set time intervals by a licensed individual or company. These requirements are significantly more rigid than businesses may have been used to before the law passing, but failure to keep up with these inspections can result in substantial fines and losses for you or your company.