Burnaby Fire Safety Inspections
The City of Burnaby is known for its beautiful parks, affordable housing, and friendly communities. Because of these factors, the city has experienced rapid growth over the past few years. To ensure that all new development is built and maintained to the highest standards of safety, the City of Burnaby closely adheres to strict fire safety standards and annual fire safety inspections.
The goal of a fire safety inspection is to identify any possible deficiencies in existing buildings or those under construction so that they can be addressed before they become a safety hazard. Fire inspectors work to ensure that all buildings meet the current fire codes and regulations, as well as any additional requirements of the Burnaby fire department.
Properties in the City of Burnaby must undergo annual fire safety inspections to ensure that all fire safety standards are being met.
Our Burnaby Fire Inspection Service
At Vancouver Fire, we have over 70 years of experience providing fire safety inspections in Burnaby. Whether your building is in Brentwood, Willingdon Heights, Metrotown, or Sullivan Heights, we can help you ensure that it meets the highest standards of fire safety.
We provide thorough inspection services for commercial and residential buildings, including multi-unit dwellings. Our inspections assess all aspects of fire safety, from equipment and systems to building design, construction materials, and occupant safety.
During our inspection, we will review fire alarm systems, sprinkler and suppression systems, emergency exits, and other elements of a building’s fire protection system. We will also provide a detailed report of our findings and recommendations for any necessary repairs or upgrades.
At Vancouver Fire, we take great pride in delivering quality fire inspections that ensure the safety of your building and its occupants. Contact us today to learn more about our services in Burnaby. We look forward to helping you ensure that your building is safe and compliant with all fire safety regulations.