Our team provides a wide array of Fire Alarm services that protects homes and businesses from every day dangers of fires. We help our clients reduce risk of civilian fatality due to fire by half, mitigate property exposure to irreversible fire-related damages and avoid costly insurance and regulation liabilities through proven cost-effective solutions.
Turnkey & Troubleshoot
Labor, materials, and troubleshooting tools/expertise for residential, commercial, and industrial facilities.
Inspections & Monitoring
System audits, full maintenance program, and 24/7 Central Station Monitoring.
Aglow Power is releasing our latest fire alarm playbook which is geared at increasing system reliability, and reducing maintenance costs. The concept is simple and the issue is critical: you can’t stipulate a maintenance budget if you don’t know the current condition of your system and the risks present. We focus on three main priorities:
1) Life & Property Protection
2) Meeting Local Fire Department Regulations
3) Ensure that safety benchmarks are met to qualify our clients for capital investment benefits and property insurance rebate.
Director of Engineering
MEMO to Contractors & Investors 2022
Inspection & Certification
Attaining Aglow's Certificate of Inspection & Reliability is the first step in securing a certificate of compliance from your local Fire Prevention & Building Authority Having Jurisdiction. Our certificate includes:
Smoke Alarm Verification
Low Voltage Fire Alarm Test
Life Safety Study (e.g. emergency and exit signs)
Egress System Study
NFPA-72 Inspection Form
Small Business & Residential Building Owners
Every year Aglow Power services a wide array of fire alarm and smoke alarm (120V) systems throughout New England. Although the scope of work varies, common denominator for the grand majority is to pursue and secure a Certificate of Occupancy or Fire Certificate from local authority having jurisdiction (AHJ). Using internal data, Aglow Power identified a few trending patterns:
of buildings serviced by Aglow Power every year already have some form of fire and/or smoke alarm system. All are in a transition phase such as:
Buildings Getting Ready for Sale
New Commercial Spaces Fit-Outs in Plazas
Fire Prevention or Building Department Enforcement
Insurance Requirements, Deductibles, and/or Tax Write-Offs
of the systems inspected fail due to one or multiple reasons:
Code non-compliancy (sensors and notifiers setup)
Pertinent Fire Hazards
Emergency Lighting Deficiency
Poor Egress & General Building Shortcomings