Commercial Fire Alarm System Designs, Installations & Upgrades
Align With a Reliable Partner for Designing, Installing & Upgrading Your Fire Alarm System
We Offer Nationwide Commercial Fire Alarm System Designs, Installations & Upgrades
Without a fire alarm system that has been properly designed, installed, upgraded, and in working order, your occupants may have far less time to evacuate during an emergency and may be at a much higher risk of injury.
But, as a building or business owner, it’s nearly impossible to ensure your fire alarm system has been properly designed, installed, upgraded without the help of a reliable life and fire safety partner.
TFP is that partner. Whether you’re planning a retrofit, or new construction, our expert engineers can help. We assist engineers, architects, contractors, and building owners in creating design packages that meet regulatory requirements, leverage the latest technology, and are as cost-effective as possible. Regardless of your budget and facility size, we’ll put our expertise to work for you, providing the exact fire alarm design and installation process you require based on your unique needs. And, after the lifecycle of your current alarm system is complete, we help you select and install an upgraded alarm system that keeps your property and occupants safe.
Commercial Fire Alarm System Design, Installation & Upgrade Programs We Offer:
- Complete Design Drawings, Including Specifications and Calculations
- Professional Engineering Review
- AHJ Filing Services
- Project Management
- Witness Acceptance Testing
- System Upgrades
- System Monitoring
We offer equipment from today’s leading manufacturers, including:
- Siemens Fire
- FCI Gamewell
- Kiddie Fire
- Firelite by Honeywell
Need to get your fire alarm system designed, installed, or upgraded?
Learn more about our commercial fire alarm inspection services.
TFP and our highly-trained technicians are NICET-certified to design, install, and upgrade your fire alarm system, regardless of the type.
We’ll run the proper procedures to ensure your fire alarm system meets all national and local fire codes, AHJ regulations, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, and is working properly in the event of an emergency.