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ECLIPSE FIRE PREVENTION

Eclipse Fire Prevention is proud to be locally owned and operated and brings 30+ years of experience to the industry. At Eclipse Fire Prevention, we pride ourselves on our superior customer service, always putting customer safety and satisfaction first. With our vast industry knowledge, and a prominent local Network, Eclipse Fire Prevention is your one-stop for all your industrial, commercial,  and residential fire prevention and protection needs. There’s no job too big or too small to be a part of the Eclipse Fire Prevention family where we believe everybody deserves safety.

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SERVICES + INSPECTIONS

Eclipse Fire Prevention offers a wide variety of services. Please contact our office for more information on all the services we provide. Below is a list of the most popular services we offer.

FIRE SAFETY PLANS

FIRE EXTINGUISHER INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE

DRY SPRINKLER WINTERIZATION

FIRE ALARM INSTALLATIONS / TESTING / VERIFICATION

EMERGENCY LIGHTING INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE

24/HOUR SERVICES

FIRE SPRINKLER INSTALLATIONS / TESTING

CONSULTING + TRAINING

CONFINED SPACE ENTRY

FIRE HYDRANT TESTING

BACKFLOW PREVENTER TESTING

FIRE HOSES

TRUSTED

Looking for licensed and experienced professionals to tackle your fire prevention project? Get guaranteed quality results with ECLIPSE Fire Prevention. We offer reliable services for a wide variety of needs, working with the dedication and craftsmanship that has earned us a reputation for excellence. Get in touch for a free quote today.

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Jason Finch

General Manager

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Devon Heath

Operations Manager

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Richard Cyr

Service Manager

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Rachel Wright

Office Manager

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  • How often are services required?
    All equipment is required to have a minimum inspection cycle of once a year. NFPA & B.C. code do have regulations for equipment to be tested from daily to semi-annually. We recommend contacting your local fire department, municipality and your insurance provider to find out the requirements for your facility or give our office a call and we would be be happy to help you find a more detailed answer.
  • How often should I replace my smoke alarm?
    Most smoke alarms are required by manufacture to be replaced every 10 years. If your smoke alarm is also a carbon monoxide detector, most manufacturers recommend you replace it after 7 years. These replacement guidelines are adopted by most provincial, and municipal fire codes and Bylaws. For further information please refer to the manufacture specifications of your device, and your local fire code, and Bylaw. If you're stillunsure, give us a call and we can help answer your concerns.
  • How long should my emergency lighting last for?
    These lights are designed for immediate evacuation in the event of a power outage. Depending on your premise type, they are meant to last ½-2 hours. They are not designed to stay running the entire time your power is out. This being said, with the recent upgrade, an availability in LED technology, an inverter technology. It is capable for us to provide much longer runtimes the previously expected. Please contact our office for more information.
  • What is a winterization of my dry fire sprinkler system and why should I get it done?
    Your dry pipe fire sprinkler system is filled with compressed air as it is subject to freezing temperatures. When pumping the warm compressed air into the cold pipe condensation is created in the system. This condensation is designed to gather at low points throughout the system. It is imperative to drain the low points before the cold season or the condensation will freeze and cause valves and pipes to crack, and eventually cause the false activation of the system which could cause flooding in further damage to the facility and system. For more information, please feel free to call our office.
  • Do we test confined space backflows?
    Many backflow preventers in the lower mainland are installed in vaults underground. Many of these vaults are considered by Worksafe BC to be confined space. These backflows require a bit more work to test as entering a confined space requires specialized training & equipment. Eclipse Fire Prevention technicians are full trained & certified to enter the confined spaces to test these backflows.
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