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NFPA 25 Inspections in Westchester County

In 2012, the FDNY adopted the National Fire Protection Association’s Standard #25 (NFPA 25). The NFPA 25 law makes every building owner legally responsible for ensuring that all NFPA 25 inspections, testing and servicing intervals are performed by a licensed individual, and that detailed records are maintained for a minimum of 3 years and are available for inspection by the FDNY at any given moment. Contact us today for a free quote so the appropriate paperwork and contracts can be established and the FDNY’s requirements satisfied.

NFPA 25 Inspection Explained:

NFPA 25 has a specific monthly, quarterly and annual 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, 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The W-12 FDNY Certificate of Fitness has been replaced by an S-12 Certificate of Fitness. Our inspection and service teams have been certified by the FDNY at such level. We also have customized computer software to assure your facility is in compliance so the inevitable fines & potential liability for not adhering to NFPA 25 can be avoided.

How our Process Works

We have over 50 years of industry experience delivering FDNY approved fire safety services to more than 5,000 buildings. We handle every aspect of the NFPA 25 Fire Sprinkler Inspection in Westchester County so you can stay in compliance and avoid fines and violations. This is how our proven process works:

Step 1
Schedule a Consultation
Contact our office to schedule a consultation. One of our technicians will head to your location to evaluate your current system and provide you with a free quote.
Step 2
We Get to Work
Whether you received a violation that needs to be addressed or you just need your NFPA 25 inspection, we’ll create a customized plan that works for your needs.
Step 3
Feel Safe and Secure

We have customized computer software to assure that your facility is in compliance and that the inevitable fines and potential liability for not adhering to NFPA 25 can be avoided.

NFPA 25 Inspection Regimen Mandated by NYC:
Weekly Inspections:

NFPA 25 has numerous points for weekly visual inspection. It expects building occupants or owners to perform these weekly inspections. This may also require a weekly fire pump churn test, if applicable. You can perform the weekly visual inspections yourself, or we can perform them for you. Maintaining records of these inspections can significantly help you if you receive a violation. We maintain all records of every fire sprinkler inspection in NYC and the surrounding areas, and can provide both hard copies and digital records upon request by the FDNY.

Monthly Inspections:

Monthly inspections standardized by NFPA 25 are more in depth than the weekly regimen and we maintain all records of these on file to comply with FDNY requirements. In addition to the weekly inspection regimen, the monthly inspection includes, but is not limited to the visual inspection of the following components:

  • Inspection of all control valves only equipped with locks and/or supervised tamper switches.
  • Inspection of all gauges (wet, dry, pre-action, deluge systems) Inspection of all alarm valves.
  • Inspection of all dry pipe valves and their heated enclosures.
  • Inspection of spare sprinkler heads and spare wrench Inspection of fire department connections.
  • Inspection of the backflow device.
  • Inspection of the booster pump and jockey pump.
Quarterly Testing and Inspections:

Quarterly tests and inspections standardized by NFPA 25 include the monthly visual inspection(s) identified above as well as a much more detailed visual and hands-on testing regimen. The quarterly fire sprinkler inspection also includes confirming adequate pressure readings and testing water flow and tamper switches. Post indicating valves and priming levels must also be tested and drain tests for backflow devices need to be performed. The fire sprinkler riser will also be inspected to ensure that the hydraulic nameplate, if applicable, is attached and legible.

Annual Testing and Inspections:

Annual tests and inspections standardized by NFPA 25 include the monthly and quarterly regiment identified above but has a few additional requirements. All components of the system(s) are visually inspected, potential obstructions are identified, and an assessment is made to determine if the requirements of the system have changed. Each sprinkler control valve is tested, pumps are operated and water flow is measured. Every 5th year, an Internal Obstruction Assessment is to be performed during the annual test.

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NFPA 25 Inspection Requirements
NFPA 1.1: Scope

This document establishes the minimum requirements for the periodic inspection, testing, and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems, including land-based and marine applications.

NFPA 1.1.1:
This standard does not address all of the inspection, testing, and maintenance of the electrical components of the automatic fire detection equipment for preaction and deluge systems that are addressed by NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code. The inspection, testing, and maintenance required by this standard and NFPA 72, National Fire Alarm Code, shall be coordinated so that the system operates as intended.
NFPA 1.1.2:

The types of systems addressed by this standard include, but are not limited to, sprinkler, standpipe and hose, fixed water spray, and foam water. Included are the water supplies that are part of these systems, such as private fire service mains and appurtenances, fire pumps and water storage tanks, and valves that control system flow. The document also addresses impairment handling and reporting. This standard applies to fire protection systems that have been properly installed in accordance with generally accepted practices. Where a system has not been installed in accordance with generally accepted practices, the corrective action is beyond the scope of this standard. The corrective action to ensure that the system performs in a satisfactory manner shall be in accordance with the appropriate installation standard.

NFPA 1.1.3:

This standard shall not apply to sprinkler systems designed and installed in accordance with NFPA 13D, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in One-and Two-Family Dwellings and Manufactured Homes. A.1.1 Generally accepted NFPA installation practices for water-based fire protection systems relevant to this standard are found in the following:

  • NFPA 13, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems.
  • NFPA 13R, Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems in Residential Occupancies up to and Including Four Stories in Height.
  • NFPA 14, Standard for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems.
  • NFPA 15, Standard for Water Spray Fixed Systems for Fire Protection.
  • NFPA 16, Standard for the Installation of Foam-Water Sprinkler and Foam-Water Spray Systems.
  • NFPA 20, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection.
  • NFPA 22, Standard for Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection.
  • NFPA 24, Standard for the Installation of Private Fire Service Mains and Their Appurtenances.
  • NFPA 750, Standard on Water Mist Fire Protection Systems.

For systems originally installed in accordance with one of these standards, the repair, replacement, alteration or extension of such systems should also be performed in accordance with that same standard. When original installations are based on other applicable codes or standards, repair, replacement, alteration, or extension practices should be conducted in accordance with those other applicable codes or standards.

Why Choose Allstate Sprinkler?

It’s a simple answer – we care like no other firm in Westchester County and have more experience than most. We prioritize YOUR needs and YOUR budget. Other fire sprinkler companies in NYC often cut corners, including:

  1. Hiring day workers who are not insurable and have little or no experience.
  2. Poor record-keeping.
  3. Failing to respond to violations on time

We receive positive reviews from building managers because we respond to their needs. Read our reviews and compare them to others. Transparency and keeping you informed is one of our proudest accomplishments.

    We are NYC’s leading fire sprinkler company for inspections, testing, repairs and installation:
    • Decades of experience and developing an outstanding reputation with the FDNY.
    • Awarded the New York Construction Legacy Award in 2016.
    • Bronx Business of the Year in 2012
    • All certification for all engineers and employees.
    • Consistent positive reviews from building managers.
    • Cutting-edge CAD technology to design your system.
    • All employees are full time, W-2 employees.
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    About Westchester County
    Facts about Westchester County


    Westchester County is a county in the Hudson Valley.

    • Population (approx.): 1,000,000
    • County seat: White Plains.

    Within Westchester County there are six cities, 19 towns, and 23 villages. The county seat is the city of White Plains, while the most populous municipality in the county is the city of Yonkers. The six cities in Westchester County are:

    • Mount Vernon.
    • New Rochelle.
    • Peekskill.
    • Rye.
    • White Plains.
    • Yonkers.


    • Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts.
    • Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens.
    • The Emelin Theatre.
    • The Hudson River Museum.
    • Katonah Museum of Art.
    • Neuberger Museum of Art.
    • New Roc City.
    • Teatown Lake Reservation.
    • Westchester County Center.
    • Mianus River 
    Local transportation


    • Westchester County Airport (sometimes referred to as the White Plains Airport) is three miles northeast of White Plains.


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

    • Cross County Parkway.
    • Hutchinson River Parkway.
    • Riverdale Ave Arterial.
    • Memorial Highway.
    • Midland Avenue.
    • Putnam Avenue.
    • Saw Mill River Parkway.
    • Nepperhan Ave Arterial.
    • Yonkers Avenue.
    • Bear Mountain Parkway.
    • Yonkers Avenue.
    • East Spur 684I.
    • Sprain Brook State Parkway.
    • Taconic State Parkway.


    • Bus service is provided by the Bee-Line Bus System.
    • The MTA Bus Company runs to and from Getty Square


    Ardsley, Bedford, Briarcliff Manor, Bronxville, Buchanan, City of Yonkers, Cortlandt, Croton on Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Eastchester, Elmsford, Greenburgh, Harrison, Hastings on Hudson, Irvington, Larchmont, Lewisboro, Mamaroneck, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant, Mount Vernon, New Castle, New Rochelle, North Castle, North Salem, Ossining, Peekskill, Pelham, Pleasantville, Port Chester, Pound Ridge, Rye, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, Sleepy Hollow, Somers, Tarrytown, Tuckahoe, White Plains, Yorktown.

    Schools and parks


    • Alfred B. DelBello Muscoot Farm.
    • Blue Mountain Reservation.
    • Bronx River Parkway Reservation.
    • Cranberry Lake Preserve.
    • Croton Gorge Park.
    • Croton Point Park.
    • Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary.
    • Kensico Dam Plaza.
    • Kingsland Point Park.
    • Kitchawan Preserve.
    • Lasdon Park, Arboretum and Veterans Memorial.
    • Lenoir Preserve.
    • Ward Pound Ridge Reservation.
    • Willson’s Woods Park.


    • City Park Stadium.
    • Fleming Field.
    • Huguenot Yacht Club.
    • Hynes Athletic Center.
    • Larchmont Yacht Club.
    • Mazzella Field.
    • Yonkers Raceway.


    • Berkeley College.
    • College of New Rochelle.
    • The College of Westchester.
    • Columbia University.
    • Concordia College.
    • Sarah Lawrence College.
    • Iona College.
    • Long Island University.
    • Manhattanville College.
    • SUNY Empire State College.
    • Westchester Community College.
    • Mercy College.

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