To Schedule an Inspection
973-625-8300 ext. 257
8-4 Wed., Thurs., Fri.
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Training and experience of the inspector also impacts the inspection process, and can negatively or positively influence your inspection. Most inspectors have a boss, so feel free to ask for a second opinion if you're not comfortable with your fire inspector. Different types of occupancies may have different requirements. The processes or products used in a building may also require different systems or protection. If the building is a special use, such as a high-rise, there are additional code requirements.
While many people look at the fire- and life-safety inspection process negatively, these inspections benefit the building/business owners, as well as those who use the building, by offering:
Resources:Application Form For CCO Inspections
SMOKE DETECTOR REQUIREMENTS FOR SELLING YOUR HOME
MORRIS COUNTY FIRE PREVENTION ASSOCIATION
NEW JERSEY DIVISION OF FIRE AND SAFETY
Denville Fire Department
Knox Box Program more info