Fire Sprinkler System Services

For buildings and offices all around New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania, a working fire sprinkler system is the single most effective means of stopping fires before they cause damage to your building. At Confires, we do everything we can to keep your fire sprinkler system running smoothly, from design and installation to annual testing and service.

Importance of Fire Sprinklers

According to NFPA statistics, damages to manufacturing facilities, retail stores, offices, health care facilities, and other commercial buildings with a working fire sprinkler system installed are up to 60% lower than damages to buildings with no fire sprinkler system.

However, even the best fire sprinkler systems need to be routinely inspected and tested to ensure that they will always be ready when needed. To ensure your fire sprinkler system will always protect your building and employees during a fire emergency, call Confires Fire Protection to schedule a fire sprinkler system inspection today!

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Fire Sprinkler System Inspection

Since fire sprinkler systems need to be available on-demand at all times, they need to be tested annually to ensure they will work properly during a fire emergency. Written records of all fire sprinkler system tests must be maintained in accordance with NFPA 25.

During a fire sprinkler test, physical checks are performed on all the parts of your fire sprinkler system. These checks include water flow tests, fire pump tests, alarm tests, and trip tests of dry pipe, deluge, and pre-action valves.

At Confires, all of our fire sprinkler system testing and inspections are performed by our team of highly trained fire sprinkler system testing professionals. This gives us complete control over the quality of our fire sprinkler system tests and ensures you get the best customer service possible.

Fire Sprinkler System Repair & Maintenance Service

Did your latest fire sprinkler inspection reveal one or more problems with your system? Confires can help. We have trained technicians on staff who can perform all vital fire sprinkler system services and repairs to maintain your system’s optimal performance.

Fire Sprinkler Parts Replacement

If properly maintained and inspected, a fire sprinkler system can provide your building with highly effective fire protection for decades. You’ll rarely need full-on fire sprinkler replacement.

There is a chance that some of the parts of your fire sprinkler system will wear out over time, but don’t worry. We have spare parts for every kind of fire sprinkler system and we provide 24-hour emergency fire sprinkler service. Whether you need fire sprinkler head replacement, FDC replacement, sprinkler gauge or valve replacement, or replacement for any other parts of your fire sprinkler, Confires has you covered.

Fire Sprinkler Installations

At Confires, we are the New Jersey fire sprinkler installation experts and have over 40 years of experience providing complete fire protection services for businesses, organizations, government buildings, and restaurants throughout the area.

We have experience installing wet pipe, dry pipe, deluge, pre-action fire sprinklers, and more for your commercial building.

Our Partners & Suppliers

At Confires, we bring your fire sprinkler systems from top-manufacturers including:

Confires professionals are ready to support your organization’s fire protection systems and service requests 24 hours a day.

Call Confires for Fire Sprinkler Service

Confires has over 40 years of experience providing complete fire protection services for businesses, organizations, government buildings, and restaurants in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. Our number one focus is your safety — we want to make sure your employees, property, and valuables are safe from the dangers of potential fires. We take pride in our “customer-first” reputation, and we will do whatever it takes to make sure your property and valuables are protected from fire hazards and that your building meets fire safety codes.

The best thing about partnering with Confires is that we are your single-source solution for all fire protection services. Our experienced fire safety professionals specialize in all aspects of fire protection, which include: fire pumps, fire hydrants, commercial kitchen fire suppression, fire suppression systems, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, and emergency exit lighting.

Contact us online or by phone at 888-228-0917 to schedule an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions on Commercial Fire Sprinkler Systems

As a fire sprinkler installation contractor for small projects, we’ve answered a lot of questions over the years about how fire sprinklers work to protect commercial buildings.

Fire sprinklers are activated when they discern an indoor air temperature over 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Contrary to popular belief, they don’t activate when smoke is present in a room, stairway, or other areas of the building; that’s a job for smoke detectors. Fire sprinklers don’t activate unless and until there are flames in a room or other area of your facility.

No, to help minimize water damage to an entire property, each fire sprinkler head functions independently. So, if a fire is detected on the second floor or in a storage facility, only those areas’ sprinklers will activate.

Fire sprinkler system pipes contain highly pressurized water that, once triggered and released by fire detection, can only be turned off by an emergency responder. Each sprinkler head in the system contains a small plug that holds back the pipes’ pressurized water. How that plug is released to combat a fire depends on the type of fire sprinkler system installed.

Some systems have special solders that melt in high temperatures. Others have a small vial or bulb with colored fluid that expands to break the glass according to the temperature of the fire. For instance, orange bulbs activate at 135 degrees Fahrenheit, green bulbs trigger water release at 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and black bulbs activate at 440 degrees Fahrenheit.

Since fire sprinklers are activated by heat, there’s no risk of accidental activation of your sprinkler system by smoke or dust in the air. That said, fire sprinkler systems are highly sensitive, and any tampering can cause them to go off by accident.

For example, if a sprinkler head is accidentally knocked off by a repair technician, truck, or forklift, there’s going to be a lot of water flowing through the broken sprinkler head until the system is shut down and the sprinkler head repaired.

We service fire protection equipment for businesses throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania.