Fire Equipment Services


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Your fire protection system plays a critical role. Levitt-Safety offers full after-sale service capabilities to ensure your fire protection system is in proper working condition. We also make sure it is in compliance with local fire codes.

Our capabilities include:
  • Factory-trained and certified field technicians
  • Inspections and services in compliance with local codes
  • 24/7 emergency service
  • CFAA-certified fire alarm technicians
  • ULC listed Halon 1301 service provider
  • ULC listed recharge/service facility
  • Door fan tests (enclosure integrity tests to comply with NFPA 2001)
  • On-site project technical support
  • Recharging clean agents including FM-200®, Inergen®, and Novec™ 1230 fire protection fluid

Looking for something specific?

Levitt-Safety offers a complete range of equipment, service and training options to keep workers safe and businesses running. Click an offering to learn how Levitt-Safety can help or fill out the form on this page to speak with a safety specialist.

24-hour emergency service

Emergencies happen. So we have a 24-hour emergency service number for these situations.

Our technicians are proud members of the following organizations:

  • FSSA (Fire Suppression Systems Association)
  • CFAA (Canadian Fire Alarm Association)

Fire equipment services we offer:

We offer full inspections and service on all fire equipment. This includes but isn't limited to:

  • Backflow prevention devices
  • Clean agent systems (FM200, Inergen, Novec, CO2)
  • Emergency lighting and exit signs
  • Fire alarm
  • Fire hydrants
  • Fire pumps
  • Fire sprinklers
  • Industrial dry chemical systems (paint booths, etc.)
  • Kitchen fire suppression
  • Portable fire extinguishers and fire hoses
  • Vehicle suppression systems

Is Levitt-Safety right for you?

If you want a fire equipment service provider with knowledge, experience and professionalism, then Levitt-Safety is a great fit for you.

We have a lot of experience with these industries:

  • Commercial building operators
  • Condominium and apartment buildings
  • Institutional and government agencies
  • Industrial facilities and restaurants
  • Non-profit organizations/facilities
  • Property owners, property managers, contractors

The Building Owner's Responsibilities for Fire Safety:

Who is an owner?

An owner includes a lessee, a person in charge, a person who has care and control and a person with powers and authority of ownership or for a time being exercises powers and authority of ownership.

Who is qualified?

A person or company that installs, inspects, tests and maintains life safety systems must be qualified for that specific system.

This usually means the person will either be a:

  • journeyperson electrician
  • certified fire alarm technician
  • journeyperson sprinkler system installer, or
  • other qualified person.

Consequences for failing to comply

Owners failing to comply with maintenance requirements as identified by their authority having jurisdiction may be subject to fines and/or imprisonment. These penalties can escalate depending on repeat offences.

On-site retention of records

Owners or their authorized agents must produce records in a timely manner or could face penalties.

We recommend maintaining a printed copy of these records. These records are essential for successful inspections and ongoing maintenance of building life safety systems.

Talk to an expert

Our team of safety specialists can answer any questions you may have!

Fill out the form on this page to get started. Let us know what topic you'd like to learn more about, and a team member will reach out to you.

We have branches across the country to serve you.

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