Toronto Ontario (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
Fire Officials encourage businesses and property owners alike, to utilize the knowledge and training of Certified Fire Alarm Electricians when making installation, changes or upgrades to any fire alarm systems. A great deal of changes and are anticipated in the world of fire protection.
Working with a CFAE or a RFAC assures business owners are taking the right steps to secure both property and its contents. Business owner & Contractor, Dave De Ciantis from JD Electric in Concord, ON states “Having gone through the program myself and having CFAEs on staff, I feel very confident we provide our clients with the most efficient and accurately installed Fire and lifesaving systems. Having the certification has furthered the confidence of my team and provided them with knowledge to catch things other non-certified guys have missed thus reducing our labor time and increasing our trouble shooting skills when dealing with a problem.”
Various courses are available to educate businesses and property managers on the ins and outs of fire protection. However, another place to start would be to consult a Certified Fire Alarm Electrician (CFAE) or a Registered Fire Alarm Contractor (RFAC).
Modern fire and lifesaving systems are made up of several electrical components and finding a CFAE or RFAC can help you determine the best system for your needs.
Here are 5 important tips that separate certified Fire Alarm Electrician installers from non-certified installers:
1) 160 hours of instructional and hands on-training is required
2) Certified installers are supported by the Fire Marshall Office
3) Certified installers should be a total solution provider – providing inspection, testing, verifying and able to make alterations and modifications
4) Certified installers are listed on certi-fier.com
5) Proper installation by certified installers can eliminate or reduce short and trouble signals to panel.
Since JD Electric inception in 1975, JD Electric has established itself as a premier electrical contractor in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). With so many years of experience, JD Electric has the knowledge and expertise to ensure that each project is completed in a professional and timely manner. JD Electric is located just north of Toronto, in Concord Ontario, and owner Joe De Ciantis can be reached by phone at (905) 660-0016. Or, for more information, please visit the company website at http://www.jdelectric.com.