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Installation, Service, and Inspection of Fire Alarm Systems designed for any budget.

Fire alarms save lives. However when not properly specified or maintained, they cause endless false alarms and business disruption. At Thompson we can help you determine the priorities for your fire alarm system for almost any budget.

We service and inspect all brands of fire alarm systems and install systems from a range of high-quality manufacturers. Our technicians are consistently up to date through steady training in the evolving technology behind the systems. Our team of technicians has extensive training and credentials, including Factory certifications, and they’re experienced in inspecting, installing, and servicing fire alarm systems.

When you choose Thompson to install a fire alarm system or to inspect, service, or upgrade a current system, you get the strength of a team that’s known for being professional and reliable. Would you want anything less when it comes to the safety and security of lives and property? Contact us today to help optimize your fire alarm system.

Maintenance Schedule

As Per NFPA 72 and local requirements in Qatar - we are the experts in maintaining, testing, repairing, modifying and installing Most types of Fire Alarm Systems:

  • Gent
  • Honeywell
  • Gamewell
  • Zener
  • Shield
  • Edwards (EST)
  • Simplex
  • Apollo
  • FIKE
  • GST
  • Notifier
  • And Many More

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1-year fire alarm control panels 1-year initiating devices 1-year alarm communication equipment 1-year remote annunciators (most local and state regulations require at least an annual inspection.) 2-year smoke detection devices need to have a sensitivity test as well as a functional test. (Fire code mandate)

Inspection Process*

1. Check fire alarm panel to ensure that the alarm initiating devices are communicating properly as per manufacturer and QCD requirements.
2. Verify the alarm indicating devices are functioning properly.
3. Verify that the supervisory signal initiating devices are functioning properly.
4. Verify system power supplies including battery back-ups are sufficient.
5. Inspect detectors.
6. Functionally test detectors with test smoke.
7. Pull every pull station and check their accessibility.
8. If the facility has a remote annunciator, verify that the points being monitored are correct.
9. If the system is monitored, verify the signal reached the monitoring company’s office.

*Summarized from NFPA – Not intended to be full list of process.

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