Understanding NFPA Codes and Our Experience in Fire Safety Systems


Not only do we specialize in security against burglary and other various crimes, we also specialize in fire prevention systems. Our staff has over 20 years of experience in fire alarm systems. We understand what a fire can do to your business — cost you thousands, halt growth, damage your property, and above all, destroy lives and injure people. When installing a fire alarm system, you want to make sure you get experienced technicians to do the job. At Millennium Fire and Security, Inc., we’ve got you covered!


With our 20 years of experience, we know and understand the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards. NFPA regulations allow for safe, precise, and quality fire prevention system installations. They ensure wiring is correct, equipment is up to date, and construction documents are present. The codes also define accurate terms to help individuals and companies understand fire system technology. Every building and fire alarm system needs to be in accordance with NFPA codes and standards.


For fire prevention system installations, proper commissioning must be done. This means that a systematic process takes place in confirming that the building systems function according to the intended needs and design criteria established in the documents. This process also falls in line with current laws, codes, and standards.


The reason for NFPA protocols is to make sure buildings, companies, and people accurately receive the fire protection systems they need. The lives of people are of the utmost importance; that is why NFPA codes are in place — to make fire safety procedures as flawless as they can be. No accidents and/or misgivings must be made.


At Millennium Fire and Security, we employ highly experienced fire alarm system professionals. Well-versed in NFPA regulations and installment practices, we will correctly deliver a quality fire alarm system for your building. Our system includes, but is not limited to, smoke/heat detectors, manual pull stations, door control, and smoke evacuation. The safety of our valued customers is our number one priority. If a fire alarm system is what you need, don’t wait. Call us 407-890-0506 to schedule an appointment.