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Fire Pump Services

Emergency Fire Pump Services

A fire could be devastating to your business. That’s why you count on fire protection systems for peace of mind against unexpected blazes. But what if a component, such as the fire pump, suddenly stops working? You need to solve the problem as quickly as possible to restore adequate fire protection and prevent leaving your building vulnerable for any period of time.

At Unifour Fire & Safety, we understand the urgency with which you want to repair any malfunctioning components of your fire protection system. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency services for fire pumps.

If your fire pump is acting up, call Unifour Fire & Safety today at 866-511-5540 and request 24-hour emergency repair services.

Why Is a Fire Pump So Important?

If you have a fire sprinkler system installed in your building, you may also need a fire pump. This component powers on automatically if the water pressure drops below a certain threshold, which most often happens when multiple sprinkler heads open simultaneously or if firefighters connect a hose to a fire hydrant and start dousing the blaze from outside the building.

With a functioning fire pump, you can rest assured that when high heat from a fire triggers a sprinkler head to open, it delivers a strong stream of water to extinguish the blaze. High rise buildings most commonly need fire pumps, as well as facilities where the local municipal water system can’t provide sufficient water pressure. A fire pump reinforces the public water supply or acts as the sole source of water when no public supply is available.

24-Hour Fire Pump Repair Services

If your fire pump stops functioning, your sprinkler system may not work when you need it most. After all, a weak trickle of water from a sprinkler head does very little against a swiftly spreading fire.

If something’s wrong with your fire pump, don’t leave your building unprotected any longer than necessary. Call Unifour Fire & Safety for 24-hour emergency repair services. We’ll have your fire pump back up and running in no time. We’re here for you day and night, weekend and holiday, to provide the quick response you need when a component in your fire protection system stops working.

When to Schedule Emergency Fire Pump Repair

Fire pumps are robust, but they’re not immune to breakdowns. The most likely time to notice something’s wrong is during a fire pump inspection. Make sure you perform tests as often as required by local fire codes to ensure your fire pump performs its critical functions during a fire emergency.

You should schedule a repair immediately if you come across any of these problems during an inspection:

  • Leaky pipes
  • Faulty automatic starting devices
  • Faulty pressure relief valves
  • Overheating pump casing
  • Signs of excessive vibration
  • Obstructed suction intake
  • Dead battery or faulty battery charger

Choose Us for Emergency Fire Pump Repair in the Southeast

The experienced team at Unifour Fire & Safety has 30 years of experience performing emergency fire pump repairs. We’re familiar with all varieties of fire pumps, and we have the proper training to troubleshoot, diagnose, and fix fire pump problems quickly and accurately the first time around.

In addition to providing 24/7 fire pump repairs, we also design and install new systems, inspect and test existing systems, and replace old systems. With our comprehensive fire protection services, you can trust us to meet all your needs!

Check our service area in the Southeast, and then contact us today to request 24-hour emergency fire pump repair.

Our Service Area

Our team offers fire protection services in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia. Unifour Fire & Safety is also licensed in Tennessee, Alabama, West Virginia, and Maryland. If you need emergency fire pump repair for your commercial property, call Unifour Fire & Safety today!

We proudly serve the following cities and their surrounding areas:

North Carolina (NC) – Charlotte, Greensboro, Greenville, Hickory, Raleigh, Durham

South Carolina (SC) – Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Spartanburg

Georgia (GA) – Athens, Atlanta, Savannah

Eastern Tennessee – Knoxville

Virginia (VA) – Blacksburg, Richmond, Roanoke