There’s no better way to ensure Kirkland, WA your property’s complete fire safety than with a call to Northwest Fire Systems. We meet all your fire protection needs with system installation, inspection, maintenance and more.
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Our Reviews by City
Marlon is Great, friendly and know his thing
Judaveyn - Kirkland, WA
the service is Great,from Kathy to the service crew to materials procurement and the installation are awesome. project got done in time.
Jeni - Kirkland, WA
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David - Kirkland, WA
He was very knowledgable and walked me through what I need to know
Fast, Efficient and Friendly
Dennis - Kirkland, WA
Working with NW Fire is always effortless and enjoyable. The techs know their stuff and are courteous and professional
Efficient and Effective!
Regina - Kirkland, WA
Allec was out to our community in Kirkland today and was so helpful in testing our backflow and was nice enough to provide details to the city on our behalf. He was thoughtful to tell me that our fire extinguishers need servicing as well so it's nice to have vendors that care and do the job right the first time!
Annual Fire Sprinkler,
) FDC check valve located at riser. Febco 805Y 149981 BFP-3 / 15' NW of Main Water Meter in Irrigation Box: Backflow failed testing. #1 check valve assembly failed - Recommend full rebuild kit for #1 & 32 check valve assemblies. Backflow is under water due to rain. 3/4" Febco 805Y Serial #149981 Located 15' NW of main water meter in irrigation box. Recommend scheduling this in warmer/dryer weather - won’t be able to repair when it’s under water. Dry SPK-1 Sprinkler room in Garage: Dry sprinkler system due for 3 year full trip. To be scheduled in Spring.
Annual Sprinkler Inspection
Fire Alarm Service Call
Brian FA service 2 hours Replaced 5 x 12v 8ah batteries Trouble on panel is a open circuit in NAC output #1 , the panel has 4 nac outputs. Notice was not given to building occupants so I was not able to test which horns and strobes are on the open circuit. Fastest way to trouble shoot is to trigger all horns and strobes to see which are not working so we can locate the break in the circuit. Also horns and strobes would need to be tested to verify they are working after open circuit is repaired. I was informed sounding horns was not possible today. For trouble shooting and repair of open circuit give all occupants proper notice
7/22 - Annual Sprinkler, Fire Alarm, and Fire Extinguisher Inspection
Found AC transformer unplugged and AC loss troubles on panel. Plugged in transformer, reset AES and FACP both show normal and troubles cleared. Monitoring station is receiving signals