Fire Alarm Florida
_Code Compliance Confusion  

Your building is subject to most, if not all of the following codes:

  • NFPA (National Fire Prevention Association)
  • Life Safety 101
    NEC (National Electrical Code)
  • Florida Building CodeADA (American Disabilities Act)
  • Local City and/or County Ordinances U.L. (Underwriter's Laboratory)
Fire Alarm Florida
_Getting Your Fire Alarm Right

> What is required in our building?

> What will it cost?

> How long will it take?

> How do we find a qualified fire alarm contractor?

 

Fire Alarm Fort Lauderdale
_Our Goal

> SAVE YOU MONEY

> CLARIFY REQUIREMENTS

> BUY YOU TIME

> HELP AVOID MISTAKES

> GET IT DONE RIGHT

Having been the number one retrofit fire alarm salesperson in southeast Florida for the past 12 years, I have seen it all. Misleading information, fraud, abandoned projects, multuple permit rejections and even installations that dragged on for years.

Over the last few years the local fire departments have begun to aggressively enforce code requirements that have been law for years. However, with 1000's of buildings needing fire alarm installations all at once, it is impossible for the few quality fire alarm contractors to complete this number of projects anytime soon.

My hope is to lead you through the process, save you money, buy you time and help coordinate your project successfully.
Sincerely,
Paul Chadwi
ck - Fire Alarm Florida

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