Fire Alarms

A fire can wipe out your business with its sudden devastation.

Commercial Fire Alarm Systems & Safety Standards

Fire safety standards are in place to protect you, your business and your customers. Most cities have fire safety standards, and a number of fire safety precautions must be followed for a business to open its doors. At Alarm Detection Systems, Inc., one of the top fire alarm and security companies in Chicago, we specialize in meeting even the most stringent fire code requirements.

Preparation is one of the most important steps in keeping your business, your customers and your employees safe in the event of a fire. An alarm system is the best way to prepare your business, and as a commercial alarm company, our top priority is saving lives in the event of a fire emergency.

 

We offer installation & monitoring of:

  • Commercial fire alarm panels
  • Smoke detectors
  • Beam Smoke detectors
  • Heat detectors
  • Wireless transmitters
  • Pull stations
  • Remote zone annunciators
  • Warning horns, bells, alarms, & strobe lights

Trusted in Chicago

We are one of the top rated fire alarm system and security companies.

 

Experience a substantial savings when Fire, Sprinkler, and Backfow testing is done at the same time. Bundled service inspections also eliminate multiple visits to your facility.

 

CALL 630.844.6314

Fire Alarm Testing 

Your commercial fire alarm system must be operating correctly to properly protect your business. The only way to ensure correct operation is to test and maintain your system on a regular basis. Additionally, businesses must conduct an annual fire alarm system test in Chicago to meet the standards of the National Fire Alarm Code. Your insurance carrier can reject claims if you don’t possess proof of inspection. At Alarm Detection Systems, your Chicago fire alarm test company, we provide all of the services you need to ensure your alarm system is operating properly. This also limits your potential liability for injuries.

We test & visually inspect:

  • Panel functionality, LED’s, and fuses
  • Panel battery charger
  • Battery discharge
  • Horns, strobes, chimes, and bells
  • Smoke detectors
  • Heat detectors
  • Duct smoke detectors
  • Voice evacuation equipment

Fire Sprinkler System Testing

Fire sprinkler systems are a typical requirement in standard building-codes. However, sprinkler systems are not typical building technology that can be installed and ignored. That’s because degradation of the water supply or any impairment to a fire sprinkler system can have disastrous consequences. Periodic inspection, testing, and maintenance of a fire sprinkler system are essential elements for proper sprinkler function.

 

Alarm Detection Systems meets ALL requirements
from the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA).

We visually inspect:

  • All sprinkler heads
  • Fire department connections
  • Battery discharge
  • Pipes and bracings
  • Water supply
  • Control valves

Choose ADS

At Alarm Detection Systems, our mission is to protect your business — and our fire alarm system test services provide both safety and peace of mind. We are a Chicago commercial fire alarm company offering same-day service with more than 100 trained and certified technicians.

Not sure what the local schedule requirements are for testing your fire alarm system? One of our qualified fire experts is ready to research your local fire code and evaluate your fire safety and suppression systems at no charge. 

You’ll quickly understand why SDM Magazine ranked us among the top 25 U.S. alarm companies. Give us a call at 630-844-6300 to request a quote or learn more about our systems and services. 

*Alarm Detection Systems Meets ALL Requirements from the National Fire Prevention Association.
We can also inspect fire hoses, extinguishers,sprinkler systems, hydrants, pumps, and backflows. Alarm Detection Systems follows the NFPA 25, Standard for the inspection, testing, and maintenance of water-based fire protection systems. A main drain test should be conducted annually at each sprinkler system riser to determine the condition of the water supply, supply piping, and control valves has not changed. A main drain test should be conducted quarterly where the sole source of the water supply is through a backlow preventer or pressure-reducing valve.