Around the clock monitoring for your existing fire alarm system
Every office, store, warehouse, restaurant, and bar should have commercial fire alarm systems in place for damage protection and to mitigate many risks associated with fire events. Some systems are very simple with only smoke detectors and pull stations, while larger and more complex facilities may have many other detection and supervisory devices for fire protection. CPI Operators respond to alarms from all fire detection devices by, dispatching the fire department immediately for a prompt response 24/7.
The Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) is in charge of enforcing the Life Safety Code and in many states operates as the Fire Marshal who has local inspectors. Business owners can rely on local AHJ and Commercial Insurance Agents to confirm specific fire requirements for their business. Depending on your type of business function, facility type and types of materials or chemicals on site, fire requirements may vary for different business sites.
CPI can monitor, inspect, and provide reporting confirmation for different types of fire alarm equipment and devices in accordance with system requirements. For existing systems, we’ll test your equipment and issue inspection reports that confirm monitoring and testing results of your system in meeting or exceeding system requirements for your facility. Code and insurance requirements provide minimum requirements of fire protection. CPI Commercial Sales Agents can ensure these requirements are met while explaining how additional fire protection may provide additional peace of mind or further mitigate risks of damage or loss.