Fire Sprinkler Inspection Department
Fire protection equipment inspections are a critical part of a comprehensive fire protection plan. It is imperative that all equipment and alarms function on a 24/7 basis to ensure proper operation during an emergency.
At Commonwealth Fire Protection we inspect thousands of commercial and industrial fire protection systems each year. Our inspection team includes an independent management team, administrative staff, and inspection technicians that allow us to tailor our services to your specific needs.
We inspect any brand of fire protection system including:
- Wet pipe automatic sprinkler systems
- Dry pipe automatic sprinkler systems
- Pre-action automatic sprinkler systems
- Deluge automatic sprinkler systems
- Anti-freeze automatic sprinkler systems
- Foam water spray systems
- Clean agent systems
- Diesel and electric fire pumps
- Back flow prevention devices
- UL testing of all sprinkler head types
- – Please note, we do not inspect or service Ansul Fire Suppression systems used in restaurant environments.
We also offer pre-inspection and post-inspection support including:
- Concise reports
- Timely delivery
- Correction estimates
- Emergency repairs
Our inspection technicians are NICET certified, NEWWA certified and licensed to complete inspection services in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.
What Our Customers Say…
“I have been using Commonwealth Fire Protection for several years now. They are always prompt in both responsiveness and service. Commonwealth works well with client schedules and special requests, and never forwards unwarranted change orders. I wish that all contractors were as easy to work with as CFP.”Jimmy Lindsey
Consolidated Medical Services, Inc.
About NFPA-25 Inspections
A misconception exists that system / equipment “inspections” are only required to be completed once a year. To the contrary, NFPA-25 is a comprehensive standard that requires “Inspection, Testing and Maintenance” be completed incrementally over the life of your fire protection system.
Although reporting intervals vary among governing authorities, the system owner is responsible for the entire inspection testing and maintenance scope of NFPA-25.