EMERGENCY LIGHT INSPECTION

Annually the emergency light packs will require testing to ensure the emergency lighting works properly.

FIRE ALARMS TESTING

Annual fire alarm inspections must always be conducted by licensed technicians.

SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS

Our technicians are trained and certified by the City of Winnipeg and stay up to date with ongoing in-house training of codes.

About Us

We offer competitive pricing and friendly service 24/7

Integrity Alarms is a service company servicing Winnipeg and surrounding areas, we conduct annual fire alarm, fire extinguisher, sprinkler system, and emergency lighting systems as per the MB fire code. 

All buildings are subject to annual fire alarm testing to satisfy fire regulations and insurance. We are licensed through the Winnipeg Fire Department as qualified service personnel in all buildings commercial, industrial and residential.

Our service technicians are CFAA certified with 2000 hours on the job training

Our services are at the highest and based on the most recent standards in the industry.

The pleasure is ours to offer our expertise at a very competitive rate.
Fire inspections are mandated by the City of Winnipeg Fire Department and are implemented to satisfy your building insurance.

Sprinkler, back flow and fire hydrant testing

Fire Protection is your top asset for examinations and fixes to fire hydrants and fireline reverses. Indeed, we have full-time professionals that lone work ablaze hydrants. Our professionals can spare you a great many dollars by fixing fire hydrants that different organizations have suggested supplanting.

In-suite smoke alarm testing

Smoke tests will be tests that improvement groups make to rapidly check that fundamental usefulness in a product application runs appropriately or, if the tests come up short, dismiss the organization until the essential mistakes are tended to be fixed.

Fire extinguisher training

Fire Extinguisher Training shows workers fundamental data battling fires with fire dousers. It covers points, for example, how to decide when a fire is too huge to deal with, what sort of quencher to utilize, and how to utilize it utilizing the PASS technique for beginning period firefighting.