Inspection, Testing, & Maintenance

In-house engineering, installation and project management

One Call Does It All

Identify potential problems

Fire Protection Company (FPC) provides inspection and testing of fire suppression systems for commercial, industrial, and residential properties. Our inspections are performed by our staff of all Local #281 sprinkler fitters.  We work closely with industry officials and local code enforcers to keep our customers in compliance and protected.  Fire sprinkler system inspections help to identify potential problems with a fire sprinkler system before they become life-threatening issues. Our inspection team conducts thousands of inspections annually in a turnkey, “one call does it all” manner.

Systems that we cover include:

  • Fire sprinkler inspection
  • Fire pump testing
  • Fire pump/hydrant flow testing
  • Reduced pressure zone (RPZ) device/backflow testing services
  • Fire alarm inspection
  • Fire extinguisher maintenance
  • Ice plug investigations
  • Five-year internal pipe obstruction investigation


  • Emergency Service Department has fully-stocked service trucks on-call 24/7/365.

  • Full Insurance Coverage that will meet your insurance requirements.

  • Inspects all your systems at your convenience, so as to not disturb company operations.

  • Our experienced fitters are professionally trained and NICET certified as Local #281 sprinkler fitters, and always adhere to NFPA 25 requirements.

  • OSHA certified and has earned one of the finest safety performance records in the industry.

  • Perform main drain tests, and tag each riser with the static and residual pressure
  • Trip test dry pipe valves, test quick opening devices and drain low points if applicable
  • Inspect, test and record anti-freeze system readings if applicable
  • Time and adjust water flow switches to maintain a designated delay setting
  • Operate control valves and test monitoring devices
  • Inspect fire department connections to ensure they meet with local fire department requirements
  • Test supervisory, local and electric alarms for proper operation
  • Churn test fire pumps for proper operation and condition, if applicable
  • Inspect sprinkler heads for proper temperature ratings, damage, corrosion, or obstructions
  • Inspect water supply and gravity tanks if applicable
  • Instruct personnel in system operation and procedures to follow should damage to the system occur
  • Furnish a detailed report on the appropriate forms with recommendations on system function and condition
  • Provide 24/7/365 emergency service