Fire Sprinkler and Alarm Service and Inspection

Fire protection systems protect facilities in the event of a fire. In fact, statistics show that if afire sprinkler service and inspection fire erupts, it will be contained to the point of origin 94% of the time with the use of a sprinkler system. However, if a system is not properly maintained, there is the possibility it will not work optimally; the facility may end up in the 6%. F.E. Moran Fire Protection inspection, testing, and maintenance specialists design custom ITM procedures to ensure the preparedness of fire protection solutions. Inspection, testing, and maintenance services provide facilities with the peace of mind that fire protection systems are fully operational in case of fire.

F.E. Moran Fire Protection provides service and inspection for fire sprinklers in the Chicagoland area for all projects, no matter how big or small. The department is staffed with NICET II certified inspectors, a state of Illinois requirement since 2009, and local 281 sprinkler fitters.


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