Fire Alarm Systems

 

From monitoring an automatic sprinkler to installing a fully addressable life safety system, Bay Alarm will design an industry-leading fire alarm system for your facilities, submit plans, and install, monitor, test and inspect your fire alarm system.

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Fire Alarm Systems and the Bay Alarm Difference

Allowing us to install and maintain your business fire alarm system means you get:

    • Early detection of fire conditions allowing quick evacuation and minimizing fire damage
    • Internet-based monitoring and radio back-up communication, ensuring alarm transmissions and eliminating the need for phone lines
    • A single source that consolidates and provides all of your fire system needs
    • Our 24-Hour UL Listed, FM Approved monitoring station that provides prompt notification to the Fire Department
    • A California company that’s licensed (A0471) to perform all required NFPA 25, 
NFPA 72 and Title 19 fire alarm system inspections
    • Our own Codes, Standards & Compliance Department
    • Access to our staff in-house, NICET Certified, fire alarm system designers
    • Assurance that your system complies with all ADA, NFPA, ICC, OSHA, and California State regulations
    • The Bay Alarm Team of professionals, all of whom receive ongoing education 
in the latest developments in fire safety

 

Fire Safety Tips for Your Business

According to the National Fire Protection Agency, California ranked in the top 3 states for non-residential fires. If you’re a business property owner or manager, make sure you’re following these 17 fire safety tips for your workplace.

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Where can I get my NFPA 72 and 25 inspection forms?

Bay Alarm has invested significant resources in developing an industrial, electronic, inspection testing system that makes reports easily accessible to customers through BayNet. Our dedicated, certified fire inspectors utilize tablets to test every required device.

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How can I test my system?

Simply call our Monitoring Center at 800-470-1000. They will place your account in “test mode.” You can then either send a manual test signal or test a specific device, and we will provide you with the results and make any recommendations.

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How do I log into BayNet?

Click Learn More below. Log in using your email address and password. There you can view your account details, testing results, and pay your bill online. For more features such as searchable, downloadable alarm activity and facility management exception reports, ask about upgrading to BayNet Plus!

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