System Commissioning requires qualified personnel to inspect and commission a new system per applicable NFPA codes. During the design phase, we’ll meet with local fire departments to understand their requirements. Before we ship any equipment, our in-house engineering team will approve all drawings to ensure job accuracy and minimize installation time. On site, Mammoth Fire Alarms, Inc.'s licensed and NICET certified technicians will use the latest equipment and procedures to test and commission the system to meet the approval of the Authority Having Jurisdiction. Once a system has been successfully commissioned, MFA will present the Contractor with an NFPA-72 Test and Inspection Report.
Many jurisdictions require proof of a monitoring and testing/maintenance contract at the time of the acceptance test. As a continued service to the end-user, we offer routine test and inspection service contracts directly through our service department. In addition, we provide monitoring services through our UL certified monitoring station, Property Protection Monitoring.
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