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On Site Inspections

A fire inspector is someone who visits and inspects buildings and other structures, such as sports arenas and shopping malls, to search for fire hazards and to ensure that federal, state, and local fire codes are met. They also test and inspect fire protection and fire extinguishing equipment to ensure that it works.

Nobody looks forward to a fire inspection, but being prepared makes it much less stressful. Your business has come too far to get derailed by a conflict with the fire marshal. Be sure to follow proper fire safety practices to breeze through your upcoming fire inspection and get back to work. By avoiding the most commonly cited fire code violations, you can set your business up for a successful inspection and safe working conditions. Here are the best tips for how to prepare your business for a fire inspection.

A fire inspection can be inconvenient and stressful, but fire damage could be devastating. The fact is that most businesses never recover from fire damage, so it’s best to be in line with all appropriate fire codes.


​Inspections on any permitted work is to be made by the contractor of record for the permit. No work shall be covered (i.e.: drywall, ceiling tile, etc.) and no fire sprinkler piping shall be hung until the necessary inspections have been completed and approved. Please remember a representative is required onsite for the inspection along with a copy of the approved plan and permit.