Fire Alarm

The routine testing of your most critical life safety system, your fire alarm system, is not only needed for your own piece of mind, but is also required by local and national NFPA 72 fire alarm code. In addition to fulfilling the code-required testing of fire alarm systems, ETI also provides comprehensive preventative maintenance and warranty contracts to help protect your investment and provide a reasonable budget without surprises. Even if ETI did not have the opportunity to install your current fire alarm system, our team of certified inspectors and service technicians can test and maintain your fire alarm system, regardless of the manufacturer.

Related Case Study

Delaware Valley School District
DVSD reached out to ETI back in the spring of 2014 to review their fire alarm and security system costs and needs. The school district had used the same vendor for many years and was in need of a fresh set of eyes and cost structure. The facilities department and support services staff reviewed their annual budget for these services and decided to sit down with the ETI team for a quote to handle the fire alarm and security system testing and maintenance services.
DVSD met with ETI to discuss the testing and maintenance needs of their proprietary, non-ETI provided fire alarm equipment. Even though ETI does not supply or install the existing proprietary system, ETI’s trained testing and maintenance staff consistently and competently works on all of the other manufacturer’s products.
In June of 2014, ETI finalized a multi-year contract to work within the DVSD budget to service all of their fire alarm system testing and maintenance needs. With nearly a year of experience working with ETI, DVSD is very pleased with the accuracy and flexibility of the ETI team. DVSD is pleased to know that ETI is able to work within their budget and has allowed them to address other areas within the existing budget. ETI is pleased to have DVSD as a customer and looks forward to a mutually beneficial relationship for years to come.