At George H. Wright Co., Inc. 

Fire Alarms & Installations

Our Certified Fire Alarm Techs can help protect your commercial & residential property with installation, service, and monitoring of fire alarm systems.

  • Testing and Inspections
  • System Certification
  • Repair & Service
  • Monitoring
Reflected Beam Smoke Detection  Unlike traditional detection systems, Reflected Beam Smoke Detectors were designed for spacious rooms, open areas, and high ceilings; their innovative features make them popular choices for spaces like warehouses, atriums, arenas, and churches. With only one device to install and align, these single-ended optical beam solutions save you time and money on open-area and high-ceiling applications.

Reflected Beam Smoke Detection

Unlike traditional detection systems, Reflected Beam Smoke Detectors were designed for spacious rooms, open areas, and high ceilings; their innovative features make them popular choices for spaces like warehouses, atriums, arenas, and churches. With only one device to install and align, these single-ended optical beam solutions save you time and money on open-area and high-ceiling applications.

Don’t Take A Chance When Your Home or Business Is At Stake...
Have Your Fire Alarm System Tested & Inspected

Fire Alarm Inspection & Testing

Fire alarm maintenance is extremely important for keeping your building safe from fires, but when it comes to helping your family or  employees evacuate swiftly and safely, nothing beats a well-maintained fire alarm system. Keeping up with regular Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing is the most important thing you can do to make sure your fire alarm is safe and operational at all times. This will also keep your system compliant with local and national codes

Our fire alarm inspection process includes:

  • Inspect control panel
  • Verify monitoring connection
  • Inspect annunciator
  • Test pull stations
  • Test bells
  • Test audible/visual devices
  • Test elevator recall
  • Test door holders
  • Test duct detectors
  • Test thermal detectors (when applicable)
  • Test tamper switches
  • Test flow switches
  • Test for grounded field wiring
  • Load test of standby batteries
  • Supply and complete all required inspection forms

At Wright Security, our expert Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing technicians' goal is to make sure your Fire Alarm is fully functional so it will perform properly when needed in a time of emergency or to notify you of faulty devices in your building.