Fire Sprinkler Retrofit, Service, and Repair
Get the most out of your fire protection plan with preventative maintenance, routine repairs, and system upgrades for performance you can trust.
Fire sprinkler systems are extraordinarily effective and reliable, but they do require routine maintenance and occasional repairs. Preemptive action on system maintenance helps extend the life of your sprinklers, avoid future damage, and ensure they’re always ready to respond in seconds in the event of a fire. It also guarantees that your system remains up-to-date and compliant with new changes in technology and safety codes.
Signs your fire sprinkler system may need repair include:
- False alarms. False alarms can be triggered by a range of factors, from trapped air in pressurized pipes to mechanical failures. Frequent false alarms are a good indication that something in your system is not working correctly.
- Broken or loose sprinkler heads. Sprinkler heads can become damaged or dislodged in several ways. Ladders, forklifts, or indoor vehicles moving around can accidentally knock a sprinkler head loose. They may also become loose over time as a result of holding back pressurized water.
- Visible leaks or standing water. Whether from a roofing issue, faulty plumbing, or a broken seal in the fire sprinkler system, leaks or standing water require immediate attention. Watermarks on the wall or ceiling or standing water under or around sprinkler system components are red flags that you have an underlying water problem that needs to be fixed as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
Problems with your sprinkler system can’t wait.
With a 24/7 on-call service team, United Piping, Inc., delivers fast response times and quality workmanship for the most complex issues. Our technicians are trained and experienced in the repair, service, or retrofit of nearly any type of system or issue, whether we installed it or not.
Not sure if you have a problem or want to be sure your existing system is up to code? United Piping, Inc., provides certified inspectors and estimators who can evaluate your system, identify any current or potential issues, and offer actionable recommendations for improvement. Call us today at (601) 981-1741 to schedule an inspection or fill out our contact form below.