Month: March 2015

You Have Had Your Fire Doors Inspected, What Is Next?

It has been repeated over and over that NFPA 80 5.5.1 states, “Repairs shall be made, and defects that could interfere with operation shall be corrected without delay.” Simply inspecting your fire doors is not enough. The next step is the one that saves lives! Fire Door Repairs You have received the results of your Read more…

DANGER – What You Need To Know About Air Duct Cleaning

As you know it is extremely beneficial to have your air ducts cleaned. Clean air ducts help to protect your building occupants, improve indoor air quality, and ultimately lead to energy savings. But did you know that cleaning your air ducts can be problematic if not performed correctly? How can air duct cleaning go wrong? Read more…

How To Easily Meet ICRA Requirements with the One-Step Lift & Lock Mechanism

Construction, renovation and maintenance activities present a major concern for infection control, because they present a great risk of airborne dust and mold.  Infection Control Risk Assessments (ICRA) save lives by minimizing the risk of spreading or exposing patients to potentially harmful particles that can result in Healthcare Associated Infections. As recommended by the CDC Read more…

Why Outsource Your Fire Door Inspections?

Who inspects and repairs your fire doors? Many believe inspecting and repairing fire doors in-house will save time and money. But often it is not that simple and the code can be difficult to fully understand. Hiring a specialty fire door inspector can help to ensure your fire doors are compliant the first time. Here Read more…