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Fire System Codes and Standard Compliance

Everon™ certified experts can help navigate the complexities and ever-changing regulations of building fire codes and standards and provide advisory support to help you stay in compliance.

NFPA Fire Code

Complying with the codes and standards set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and your Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) helps ensure your fire and life safety systems will effectively protect your property, assets, and people. With Everon’s fire protection experts, you won’t have to worry about all of the 300 NFPA codes and standards. We will help you discern and adhere to the relevant codes and standards for your facilities.

NFPA 72 and 25 Inspections

Everon’s fire and life safety experts can help ensure your fire alarms and fire suppression systems are in compliance with NFPA standards. 

NFPA 72 is the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. It establishes the minimum standards for commercial fire alarm installation, performance, testing, inspection, and maintenance. NFPA 72 outlines the safety regulations for smoke detectors, alarm signaling devices, heat detectors, control panels, and more. Everon fire alarm experts can help provide regular inspection, testing, and maintenance on your fire alarm systems in compliance with NFPA 72 and the standards set by the local AHJ. 

NFPA 25 is the benchmark for inspection, testing, and maintenance of fire suppression systems. It requires an internal inspection of water-based sprinklers every five years. Be sure to schedule this important service with Everon’s team of fire suppression experts. Your Everon team will look for two main problems during their inspection of your sprinkler system: piping obstruction and internal valve damage or malfunction. The piping obstruction inspection looks inside your system for possible materials or conditions that could cause pipe blockage.

Additional NFPA Visual Inspections and Functional Testing

NFPA requires that systems be visually inspected or functionally tested on set intervals—ranging from daily visual inspections to 20-year-interval functional testing. Everon is well-versed in the testing and inspection requirements and can help your business stay in compliance with the following standards:

  • NFPA 25: Sprinklers
  • NFPA 72: Fire Alarms, Emergency Lights/Exit Signs
  • NFPA 10: Portable Fire Extinguishers
  • NFPA 17A: Hood Suppression Systems
  • NFPA 101, Section 7.9: Emergency Lights/Exit Signs
  • NFPA 80, 105: Passive Fire Protection

Store and Share Compliance Documents with BuildingReports™

As part of our streamlined inspection process, we can provide you with reports and documents through BuildingReports™, allowing you to easily share compliance information with the relevant authorities. 

Comprehensive Fire System Support

Fire protection systems require regular attention to ensure they perform when it matters most. Everon’s fire and life safety experts can be there to help you maintain your systems and ensure they work properly and comply with NFPA and local codes. 

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Fire and Life Safety Services

Our comprehensive fire service offerings include everything from installation to advanced monitoring services, testing, inspection, repair, and maintenance from specially trained, NICET-certified, and factory-certified technicians.

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Fire System Testing and Inspection

Testing helps ensure your systems work properly and are in compliance with NFPA, local, state, and national codes to help ensure minor issues and deficiencies are identified and corrected before they cause major disruptions.

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Commercial Fire and Security Installation

Everon can provide professionally installed and maintained security and fire systems by trained and licensed technicians.

Connect with an Expert

Whether you need comprehensive solutions for newly built facilities, or need to upgrade or add on to existing security, fire, and life safety systems, experienced Everon consultants can partner with you to address your security and life safety needs.