Retrofit and New Installation Services
Installing automatic fire protection systems in new construction projects is often a complex and multifaceted process that involves hydraulic calculations and fluid mechanics, as well as engineering and design of sprinkler risers, standpipes, fire pumps, generators and other components that make up an integrated fire protection system.
Having a single point of contact to arrange, co-ordinate and ensure the verified completion of all these systems is vital to your building process.
Lifeline Fire Protection will be that reliable point of contact for your new construction project and will ensure that your project meets all industry standards and government regulations.
Our retrofit and new installation services cover the following:
Complete System Design or Additions/Updates to Existing Systems
Automatic Sprinkler Systems
Fire Pumps (ensure adequate water pressure for your sprinkler systems and standpipes)
Emergency Lighting Systems
Fire Safety Plans – Fire Access Routes
We have a team of experts that handles system designs and installations for both high-rise and low-rise buildings.
Lifeline Fire Protection will gladly take on any size job. We will see your project through and give you our full support from the initial engineered drawings all the way to submitting your final compliance letter to your local fire department.
All our technicians follow National Fire Protection Association (NFPA™) codes when installing any fire alarm system or equipment.
Give us a call for a free, no obligation quote today! You can also book a free on-site consultation with one of our technicians on our Bookings page or by simply clicking the button below.
Inspection and Maintenance
Modern fire protection systems are combinations of electronic and mechanical systems made up of various components and parts with a very long lifespan, requiring minimum amount of maintenance. However, these systems do require periodic adjustments, testing and maintenance to safeguard against deterioration or possible breakdown.
External factors or aging of components can cause deficiencies like leaks, erosion, wiring faults, unstable pressure, etc. Such problems require immediate attention and correction in order to ensure your fire protection system’s proper functioning.
To ensure components of your fire protection system are always in proper working condition, provincial and municipal governments, as well as many insurance companies mandate a series of inspections, to be performed on a regular basis.
Our team of certified technicians has the necessary expertise to provide rigorous inspections and maintenance in accordance with all current standards and regulations - NFPA, ULC, and the National Building Code of Canada.
Inspections required for your home or business may be annual, semi annual, quarterly, monthly, or weekly inspections of:
Standpipe and Hose Systems
We conduct inspections for any size commercial or residential systems, always with the same level of care and precision.
We understand that protecting the lives of your family members, tenants and colleagues is of critical importance to you.
By providing periodic inspections of your fire protection and detection systems, we ensure that you are completely prepared for any fire related emergencies.
We understand that the best fire protection system is a well-maintained one.
Scheduling your next periodical inspection is just one click away. You can use our Bookings page to schedule your next fire protection system inspection, or just click the button below.