You don’t want to think about your fire protection system. You just want it to be there and do its job if and when a fire occurs. We prefer our fire sprinkler systems be unused but if they go unused for too long, fire sprinkler systems fall into disrepair. This is why it is so important to have regular inspections and test if fire sprinkler repair is needed.

In his most recent book, Dream Big, Think Small, local author Jeff Manion tells readers they need to “Realize that you don’t have to do anything for a property to fall into disrepair. All you have to do is leave it alone.”

Manion is referring to 100-year-old Grand Rapids homes that have been neglected and poorly maintained. And while Manion intends his comment as a metaphor for life, at Brigade Fire, we see it as a simple truth.

Fire Sprinkler Repair

When testing reveals a problem, Brigade Fire technicians will service and repair your system.

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):Fire Sprinkler repair

  • Smoke alarms reduce the risk of dying in a home fire by one-third
  • Automatic fire sprinkler systems increase the odds of survival to 80 percent

The average property loss in a fire is reduced by 70 percent when fire sprinkler systems are present.

Fire sprinkler systems are only able to save lives and property when they work properly. Fire sprinkler repair ensures optimal performance in case of a fire emergency.

Brigade Fire is always available

Unfortunately, catastrophic fires and sprinkler system malfunctions never occur when it’s convenient. And it’s never convenient when they happen.

Brigade Fire’s NICET-certified maintenance and fire sprinkler repair technicians are available 24 hours a day to keep your system in peak operating condition.

If properly inspected, maintained and repaired, a fire sprinkler system can effectively provide your West Michigan home or business with fire protection for decades. A catastrophic fire will destroy everything it touches. Fire sprinkler system repairs save live. Don’t wait. Call Brigade Fire today.