Fire Pump Inspections

Our ASTTBC-Certified Fire Protection Technicians, trained in fire pump manufacturer specifications, ensure compliance with industry codes.

Fire Pump Inspections

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Attention to Detail

At Radius. our ASTTBC-Certified Fire Protection Technicians have undergone comprehensive fire pump manufacturer training and know the code requirements for installing, maintaining, inspecting and testing fire pumps and related fire protection systems, such as sprinklers and standpipes. This expertise ensures that annual inspections are not only compliant with industry codes but also aligned with the precise requirements set by the fire pump manufacturer. Our attention to detail can enhance the reliability and performance of the fire pump, reducing the risk of malfunctions during critical situations. Our detailed reports empower you to make informed decisions, meeting NFPA 25 standards for optimal building safety.

Comprehensive Reports

Following each inspection, we provide property managers and agents with a comprehensive report, detailing findings and deficiencies, and, recommending necessary repairs. This transparency empowers property managers to make informed decisions about the life safety equipment of their buildings.

Beyond Legal Requirements

Fire pump inspections are mandated by NFPA 25, and adherence to these standards is not just a legal requirement; it is crucial for the safety of your building and its occupants. Regular inspections help ensure that your fire pump system meets the necessary requirements and functions correctly in times of emergency.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Our clients tell us we're "Fire"

We recently moved into a new building and had to do a full check and update our fire extinguishers. Vancouver Fire was able to show up the next business day and had them all done in under an hour, including re-certifying some of the units. The price was unbeatable.

Michel Labelle

Outstanding team they kept me in the loop on everything and when completed gave me a complete run down on what they did. When you want the best call these guys.

Kevin Daly

The team at Radius Fire are professional, friendly and diligent. I never have to worry about my fire safety equipment. They take care of everything! Thank you.

Kim Daigle

Radius Fire Protection has been nothing but professional, efficient, & helpful with our needs at the office. I appreciated the annual reminder and the recommendations given during the visit.

Elle Drozda

I can't believe how competitive, competent and fair this company has been with us! Our business was given a quote for 2/3rd of what other companies were quoting. Even parts were much less! They followed up with me, gave me a quote, and came to do the service call... all in less than a week.

Amanda Thomson

We had Brad come to troubleshoot a fire alarm issue we were having and he was so patient, kind and helpful. We are a childcare center and he was so sensitive to the children and families. He found and fixed the problem! We are so grateful.

Jennifer Brittain

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