Fire Code Violation
A Notice of Violation (NOV) may be issued at the end of a fire inspection to notify the owner, tenant or property manager of the location in violation.
The purpose of fire codes is to establish reasonable minimum requirements and standards for life safety and property protection. One of the areas addressed in fire codes is the design, installation, operation and maintenance of devices, equipment and systems designed to prevent, mitigate, control and extinguish fire, explosions or other life safety hazards.
If you have received a Notice of Violation from the fire official, please contact Associated Fire Protection immediately at 855-277-3940. It is important to contact us right away to avoid a fine. Our experienced staff can answer any fire code violation questions you may have and work with your resolve the fire code violations.
AFP provides the following services to help our customers prevent and manage NOV’s:
- Regular Inspections. To avoid fire code violations, speak to us about setting up regularly scheduled inspections. Call us today to learn more 855-277-3940.
- Inspection Reminders. Customers can receive an email, phone call or both to remind them of upcoming inspections. Our computer system keeps track of all your system information so you never have to worry about missing an inspection.
- Online Inspection Reports. Our inspectors create detailed inspection reports that adhere to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) guidelines. Customers can view, download and print inspection reports, work orders and invoices online on our customer extranet (view sample customer).
- 24/7 Emergency Service. Emergency service available to quickly get your fire alarm system back into service (for Protection Plus and Platinum Plus Customers).