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Columbus Fire Sprinkler Repair

Fire Sprinkler Service

Repairs are generally discovered during visual inspections or mechanical and electrical tests & inspections that are conducted on installed fire sprinkler systems by actively licensed fire sprinkler companies in Columbus.

Repairs are necessary for the installed fire sprinkler system to be readily operational at all times. To the right there is an image of a fualty, corroded and inoperable sprinkler head which requires repairs as an example. Many times a fire sprinkler company will not certify the fire sprinkler system is functional without the described repairs being completed.

Fire Sprinkler Mechanical Repairs

Fire sprinkler systems may have mechanical failures in valves, fire sprinklers, sprinkler heads, standpipes, fire pumps, fire service mains, hydrants, fire hose connections, FDC outlets, water tanks and water towers just to name a few devices and components that may be part of your installed fire sprinkler system. Mechanical failures should be addressed, fixed or repaired immediately to avoid safety, building and fire code violations from the City of Columbus.

Fire Sprinkler Plumbing Repairs

Moving a Fire Sprinkler Head (Relocating)

Fire sprinkler plumbing repairs are generally repairs to frozen, ruptured or broken fire sprinkler or standpipe lines, fire hydrants that leak, inoperable backflow preventers, valves that are rusted and corroded, sprinkler heads, FDC outlets and fire hose connections that are leaking, damaged by impact or have broken swivels or heads. All fire sprinkler repairs should be completed by actively licensed fire sprinkler companies in Columbus.

Fire Sprinkler Electrical Repairs

Electrical repairs to fire sprinkler systems are sometimes required to troubleshoot alarms, fire control room, shorts in electrical wiring, alarm triggers, detectors or sensors and electronic controllers that may be installed as part of your fire sprinkler system. You'll want an experienced technician actively licensed to work on fire sprinklers and possibly an electrician. There are fire sprinkler companies in Columbus that carry both licenses as well as bonded and insured work they can perform.

Fire Sprinkler Scheduled Maintenance Repairs

During the course of scheduled and routine maintenance that should be completed on all installed fire sprinkler systems such as quarterly (4mo), semi-annual (6mo), annual (1yr), three (3yr), five year (5yr) tests and inspections. Repairs are often discovered many repairs are often minor and can be completed immediately, others may initiate you to shop and compare prices and attempt to find lower costs for the repairs required.

Make sure any repairs that are performed are completed by licensed fire sprinkler companies in Columbus. Many fire sprinkler companies will carry insurance and may be bonded for any services they perform, when obtaining an estimate you can make a request for proof of bond and insurance limits if needed for permits.

Fire Sprinkler Systems

Columbus Fire Sprinklers

Fire Sprinkler Services
Columbus, Georgia

All installed fire sprinkler systems may require service, maintenance, tests and inspections performed to ensure the system will be readily available for operation in case of an emergency. Any fire sprinkler service should be performed by an actively licensed fire sprinkler company in Columbus.

Fire Sprinkler Services

Fire Sprinkler Costs
Obtain an Estimate
Bid for Service
Designing a System
Annual Tests & Inspections
5 Year Tests & Inspections
Hydrostatic Tests
Flow Tests

The NFPA standard and codes for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems

The NFPA standard and codes for the Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems

The NFPA standard and codes for Water Spray Fixed Systems for Fire Protection

The NFPA standard and codes for the Installation of Foam-Water Sprinkler and Foam-Water Spray Systems

The NFPA standard and codes for the Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection

The NFPA standard and codes for the Inspection, Testing, and Maintenance of Water-Based Fire Protection Systems

Fire Sprinkler Systems

Fire sprinkler systems are designed to immediately initiate the flow of water, water mist, dry chemical, carbon dioxide (CO2) or similar gas discharge from sprinkler heads in effort to immediately extinguish and/or prevent the fire from spreading.