NFPA 25 Inpection in Nassau County

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New York City has adopted the National Fire Protection Association Standard # 25 as a matter of law effective January 1, 2012. New York City is one of the few large cities worldwide that had yet to adopt this standard and the FDNY and insurance company underwriters have now fully embraced this new standard and are positioned to aggressively assure compliance for all applicable facilities. The new law now makes every building owner legally responsible for ensuring that all NFPA 25 inspections, testing, and servicing intervals are performed by a licensed individual in Brooklyn and that detailed records of same are maintained for a minimum of 3 years and are readily available for inspection by the New York City Fire Department at any given moment.

NFPA 25 has specific inspection, testing, and servicing requirements. The reporting shall include information relative to the conditions of water supply, gravity and pressure tanks, valves, risers, piping, sprinkler heads, fire department connections, alarms, fire/booster/special service pumps, and internal obstructions, and conditions of all other system equipment and appurtenances.

The W-12 FDNY Certificate of Fitness has been replaced by an S-12 Certificate of Fitness. Allstate Sprinkler’s NFPA 25 inspection and service personnel in Nassau County have all been certified by the FDNY at such a level. We have also customized computer software to help assure that your facility is in compliance and that the inevitable fines and potential liability for not adhering to NFPA 25 can be avoided.

Please contact us immediately so that the appropriate paperwork and contracts can be established and the FDNY’s new requirements can be satisfied.

Prepare For A NFPA 25 Fire Sprinkler Inspection in Nassau County

Allstate Sprinkler Corp. is proud to say that they’re able to provide service to thousands of buildings throughout the entire tri-state area. Their NFPA 25 sprinkler inspections and tests are able to provide you with comfort in knowing that your sprinkler system has not been subject to any vandalism, deterioration or in-house maintenance problems.

A few steps to help you prepare for your fire sprinkler inspection

Preparation is Important to Passing Your Fire Sprinkler Inspection:

  • Meeting with the inspector before your fire inspection may be in your best interest in order to ask what items the inspector will be looking for.
  • Give the fire inspector copies of your fire system or equipment inspection, testing, and maintenance reports. Reviewing these reports with the inspector before the actual inspection is important to provide any issues noted previously had been corrected.
  • Make sure to have a responsible person available to accompany the fire inspector with keys to all areas, and take notes. These notes will help give you additional insight into the inspector’ thought process and may be able to provide you with valuable information for your future fire sprinkler inspections.

Preparing for an annual inspection is important for developing a good working relationship with the fire inspector and gaining positive results. Using a general checklist can help you prepare for the inspection.

Inspection contracts are designed to review a multi-point checklist during each of your sprinkler inspections. This method of inspection permits you to provide a thorough and well-documented account of the status of your sprinkler system(s).

Keep your fire sprinkler system well maintained for the safety of your building

It’s very important for your staff to realize and recognize that your building is protected by a sprinkler system, as well as how it works if necessary. Allstate Sprinkler Corporation is able to demonstrate to both you and your staff the working components of your fire sprinkler system during your sprinkler inspection, while also providing you with any information that may clarify any questions or concerns you may have.

The Allstate fire sprinkler systems do not “just go off”. Most of the sprinkler accidents take place from:

  • Extreme cold weather conditions
  • Lack of heat
  • Vandalism
  • Other unfortunate accidents

Allstate Sprinkler Corp. performs all preventative measures during their fire sprinkler inspection in order to avoid any problems that could exist within your system(s).

Why do you need to have a routine fire sprinkler inspection?

At Allstate Sprinkler Corp., you can rest assured that your sprinkler system will have the right working capacity and always be fire ready when you need it. Our routine inspections are able to evaluate and test your sprinkler system in order to assure you and our team at Allstate that your facility is being maintained properly, and that your fire sprinkler will function as it is designed.

Schedule your next NFPA 25 fire sprinkler inspection with Allstate Sprinkler Corp. So you can be prepared for any questions or concerns about your sprinkler system.

The Allstate Sprinkler Corp. is extremely concerned with knowing that your sprinkler system is fire ready and prepared to function as designed. You’ll be provided the service and respect that our customers have depended on for many years.

Nassau County

Facts About Nassau County


About Nassau County

Nassau County is a county in the state of New York.

  • Population (approx.): 1,400,000
  • Postcodes: 10314, 10313, 10306, 10308, 10311, 10312, 10303, 10302.
  • County seat: Mineola.

Within Nassau County there are 2 cities, 3 towns, 64 incorporated villages and over 100 unincorporated areas. The whole county is divided amongst the 3 cities and towns:

  • Long Beach.
  • Glen Cove.
  • Hempstead.
  • North Hempstead.
  • Oyster Bay.

Things to Do and See Around Town

  • The Cradle of Aviation Museum is dedicated to celebrating Long Island’s important contributions to American aviation history. Along with the many exhibits and classic planes to see, there’s also a planetarium and IMAX theater as well as educational programs to enjoy. The address is Charles Lindbergh Blvd, Garden City.
  • Belmont Park is one of the oldest horse racing tracks in the nation. It’s quick and easy to get to via public transportation and car, located at 2150 Hempstead Turnpike, Elmont.
  • Jones Beach State Park is acclaimed as the largest public beach in the world, with over six miles of uninterrupted Atlantic Ocean beachfront, two public swimming pools and a smaller beach on Zach’s Bay. It is close to Wantagh State Pkwy and Ocean Pkwy.
  • The Sagamore Hill National Historic Site was the home of Theodore Roosevelt from 1902 to 1906, and considered the “Summer White House. It can be found at 20 Sagamore Hill Rd, Oyster Bay.
  • The Nassau County Museum of Art is situated on the former Frick Estate, spanning 145 acres in Roslyn Harbor. Inside the main museum building, a three-story Georgian mansion, you’ll find some of the most important pieces of art in the region.
  • Old Westbury Gardens is an opulent mansion originally built back in 1906.

Local Transportation

Nearby Airports

  • LaGuardia Airport
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport

Local Roads

With an intricate network of roadways, you can get across Nassau County pretty easily.

  • The Long Island Expressway,
  • Northern State Parkway
  • Southern State Parkway
  • Northern Boulevard (New York State Route 25A)
  • Hillside Avenue (New York State Route 25B)
  • Jericho Turnpike (New York State Route 25)
  • New York State Route 24
  • Sunrise Highway (New York State Route 27)
  • Meadowbrook State Parkway
  • Wantagh State Parkway
  • Seaford-Oyster Bay Expressway (New York State Route 135)
  • Hylan Boulevard

Cities, Towns and Villages in Nassau County

Village of Atlantic Beach, Village of Baxter Estates, Village of Bayville, Village of Bellerose, Village of Cedarhurst, Village of Centre Island, Village of Cove Neck, Village of East Hills, Village of East Rockaway, Village of East Williston, Village of Farmingdale, Village of Floral Park, Village of Flower Hill, Village of Freeport, Village of Garden City, Village of Great Neck Estates, Village of Great Neck Plaza, Town of Hempstead, Village of Hewlett Bay Park, Village of Hewlett Neck, Village of Island Park, Village of Kensington, Village of Kings Point, Village of Lake Success, Village of Lattingtown, Village of Laurel Hollow, Village of Lawrence, City of Long Beach, Village of Lynbrook, Village of Malverne, Village of Manorhaven, Village of Massapequa Park, Village of Matinecock, Village of Mill Neck, Village of Mineola, Village of Munsey Park, Village of Muttontown, Village of New Hyde Park, Town of North Hempstead, Village of North Hills, Village of Old Brookville, Village of Old Westbury, Town of Oyster Bay, Village of Plandome Heights, Village of Plandome Manor, Village of Plandome, Village of Port Washington North, Village of Rockville Centre, Village of Roslyn Estates, Village of Roslyn Harbor, Village of Roslyn, Village of Russell Gardens, Village of Saddle Rock, Village of Sands Point, Village of Sea Cliff, Village of South Floral Park, Village of Thomaston, Village of Upper Brookville, Village of Valley Stream, Village of Westbury, Village of Williston Park, Village of Woodsburgh.

Schools & Parks

Local Parks

Nassau County has over 70 parks, preserves, museums, historic properties, and athletic facilities throughout the county. These range from the 930-acre Eisenhower Park in East Meadow to the beautifully renovated 2-acre Centennial Park in Roosevelt to the Garvies Point Museum and Preserve in Glen Cove.

Local Sports Stadiums

  • Fairfield Properties Ballpark.
  • Kenneth P LaValle Stadium.
  • Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
  • Webster Bank Arena.
  • Island Garden Basketball.
  • Belmont Park.
  • Hartford Healthcare Amphitheater.
  • Reese Stadium.


  • Adelphi University
  • Hofstra University
  • L.I. University
  • Molloy College
  • N.Y. Institute of Technology
  • SUNY Empire State College
  • SUNY Farmingdale
  • SUNY Stony Brook
  • The College at Old Westbury
  • U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
  • Webb Institute

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