Fire Alarm Systems – Commercial

Every commercial building needs to have an industrial grade fire alarm system in place, which is professionally installed and maintained. Protecting people who are on site is number one, along with protecting valuable merchandise, equipment, data, and the building itself. Having a proper fire detection system that is up to code helps us meet stringent laws, and keep insurance costs down. Combining quality equipment and craftsmanship with smart planning makes for a safer experience for everyone involved.

Planning out the alarm system is a very important step in the process. Doing so helps ensure that the different areas of the building are monitored consistently, and devices & equipment are distributed to every appropriate location. CBS Electric technicians are dedicated to meeting high standards when it comes to mapping out, installing, testing and maintaining your fire alarm system. We take careful consideration when it comes to factors such as the number of employees, size of space, and type of business.

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Automatic Fire Sprinkler System

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Fire Alarm Bell and Emergency Light

There are many different options when it comes to planning out a fire detection installation. Monitored alarm systems help reduce emergency response times, and helps keep your space protected at all times, even after everyone has gone home. Some fire systems integrate with security systems to make overall safety management more efficient. Some instances call for a backup power source to run safety equipment in the event that there’s an outage, or damage to the electrical system occurs. Not sure where to start? Get in touch to consult with our experts.

Most systems are wired in, however wireless ones are becoming more and more common. It’s clean and quick when it comes to setting things up in an existing structure. The installation has a low impact on businesses which are active in the space, and it is an ideal solution for temporary situations. A system like this can be addressable, and devices can be fitted with long-life batteries that will last for several years.

Addressable Systems

These types of fire alarm systems are used in buildings which have large spaces and / or multiple storeys. They have panels which indicate a triggered alarm’s specific location. They can accompany large networks, and make it possible to adjust devices remotely from a panel. An addressable system is versatile, allowing for changes in devices and service providers.

Fire Alarm Components

Fire Alarm Control Panel

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Emergency Lighting, Bell, and Speaker for Commercial Buildings

Non-Addressable Systems

Smaller businesses who are seeking an effective, lower budget solution might consider having this type of system in place. This might include spaces where it’s less important to identify which smoke alarm is being triggered, such as in restaurants and retail stores.

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Most Common Fire Alarm System

Basic Commercial Fire Bell

Fire Bell Sounds When Fire Alarm Activated

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Fire Alarm Encased with a Lift Cover

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