Anyone who knows or owns real estate also knows that one of the top priorities toward maintaining a property is safety. As a property manager or building owner, you’re responsibilities include making sure that all aspects of your property meet the proper health codes and safety standards; including a fire sprinkler and standpipe system.

One of the best ways to ensure a properly functioning fire sprinkler and standpipe system is the Five year hydrostatic pressure test. The five year hydrostatic pressure text in NYC is crucial to avoiding any emergencies, such as fire related casualties or property damage; and our team at Allstate Sprinkler Corp promise that you don’t have to do it alone! All of us at Allstate Sprinkler Corporation will gladly help you to achieve your fire sprinkler and standpipe system safety goals.

Allstate Sprinkler Corporation is recognized as one of the most reliable, responsive & respected fire sprinkler contractors in the New York City metropolitan area (Located in the Bronx). One of our many services that we offer at Allstate Sprinkler Corp is your first hydrostatic pressure test, so you don’t have to worry.

What is a hydrostatic pressure test?
In the simplest of terms, the hydrostatic pressure test confirms that your fire sprinkler and standpipe components are working properly and are acceptable for fire department use. More specifically, the test is performed every 5 years to verify that:

•    The piping has been put together properly
•    There are no leaks
•    The fire department connection can withstand the highest pressure that the system is likely to experience.

The test is completed by applying hydrostatic pressure to the fire department connection and maintaining the pressure for up to 2 hours. The hydrostatic pressure test can only be performed by a Master Fire Suppression Contractor who has a Class A or B license issued by the NYC Department of Buildings, such as Allstate Sprinkler Corporation.

Why is a hydrostatic pressure test necessary?
Well, aside from the points mentioned above, maintaining your system is crucial if you’re trying to avoid any fire related casualties and property damage. The five year hydrostatic pressure test in New York City will not only let us know that your system is working properly, but will give us the results you need keep your building safe for your tenants and piece of mind. The FDNY will issue a violation if you do not receive a hydrostatic pressure test for your fire sprinkler system in New York City.

How do I prepare for the Five year hydrostatic pressure test?
To help you prepare for your upcoming Fire Department test, our team at Allstate Sprinkler Corporation recommends for you to schedule a pre-test prior to your test date in order for you to verify that your system is ready to pass inspection. A pre-test for your sprinkler system in New York City is a simulation of the Fire Department test, without the Fire Department being present. This allows us to make any necessary repairs toward your system so you can be sure it passes the test in the presence of the Fire

Department inspector. Allstate Sprinkler Corporation will go to your location to perform the pre-test, and notify you as soon as possible with our recommendations. Pending your approval, we will make the necessary repairs to your sprinkler system and re-test until the test is successful; this will ultimately limit the risk of failing your hydrostatic pressure test – saving you time, money and frustration from repeat tests and additional paperwork. To learn more about what the test involves, feel free to check out our website!

Why Allstate Sprinkler Corporation’ hydrostatic sprinkler test?
At Allstate Sprinkler Corp, we are recognized as an industry leader working on significant projects spanning the entire NYC metropolitan area and have earned an outstanding reputation with the FDNY. You can contact us at: 718-597-0090 before your next scheduled five year hydrostatic pressure test and you’ll be sure to pass with flying colors!

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