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Business owners operating in Las Vegas and Salt Lake City, Utah, must have a commercial fire protection system in place to respond to emergencies, minimize damages and save lives. Decision-makers might think a single fire alarm does a sufficient job of alerting workers nearby, but a comprehensive system can do far more than that.

Fire-safe technology from Certified Fire and Security can diminish flames, alert local fire departments and increase the chances of your structure making it through the blaze. Once you have this type of system in place, routine inspections and maintenance plans are the key to prolonging the life of your investments.

Much like automobiles, commercial fire systems call for a professional set of eyes to assess their components. Your installations only serve you well when they’re in working condition, so we’re proud to offer clients in Nevada and Utah 24/7/365 testing and maintenance services. Have our certified technicians visit your location to verify that your system is operational for your peace of mind.

About Fire System Testing and Inspections

If you own or rent a commercial building, you want a fire protection system engineered to alert you at the first sign of a problem. It is your responsibility as a business owner to create an environment in which employees, products, and machines are out of harm’s way, and this is possible by having one of our experts follow a step-by-step inspection checklist.

Technicians at Certified Fire and Security analyze fire system connections, power sources, switches, and more to help you stay up to code on a local and national level. Have our team visit your business, and we’ll ensure your custom assembly reacts appropriately and remains in compliance with guidelines set by the National Fire Protection Association.

Types of Inspections We Perform
Reach out to one of our representatives to learn more about our offerings:

  • Fire sprinkler inspections
  • Fire alarm inspections
  • Fire extinguisher inspections
  • Fire pump testing
  • Special hazard system
  • Inspections
  • Preaction system inspections
  • Dry system assessments
  • Foam system assessments
  • Kitchen hood system inspections

Advantages of Fire Protection System Inspections

Certified Fire and Security recommends having your fire protection system inspected on a semiannual basis. From fire suppression system inspections to fire sprinkler tests, we follow the requirements of your industry to adjust sensitivity levels as needed.

Some advantages of our commercial fire system inspections in Nevada and Utah include:

  • Catching system issues before they interfere with performance.
  • Obtaining proof of testing for insurance purposes.
  • Qualifying for insurance benefits.
  • Limiting false alarms.

Commercial Fire System Maintenance Services in Nevada and Utah

Commercial fire system inspections tell us which parts of your investments need attention. Depending on the age of your installations, keeping an eye out for wear and tear is crucial. The older your system is, the greater the likelihood a Certified Fire and Security technician will have to perform a repair.

Under no circumstance should anyone attempt to perform maintenance services to fire sprinklers, alarms or suppression systems without a trained professional. The technicians at Certified Fire and Security rely on a multistep process to troubleshoot your installations and choose the right approach to control the problem.

Our staff maintains industry-leading technology from well-known brands. We’ll eliminate guesswork during your fire system service appointment by paying close attention to guidelines for batteries, sensors and calibrations determined by the manufacturer.


Ignoring fire system maintenance can have devastating consequences. It only takes one small fire to impact your reputation for the rest of your years in business. At Certified Fire and Security, we understand it can be difficult to keep track of fire system requirements, so we allow you to schedule preventive maintenance services months in advance.

Our crews will stop by your facilities at predetermined times throughout the year, making sure all fire-safe components are in peak operating condition. The inspection and maintenance services we provide go hand in hand. If we spot anything out of the ordinary during the testing phase, we explain your options for upkeep and will order the exact parts you need for the technology in your commercial space.

If we’re unable to complete the service request at the time of the inspection, we’ll document the complication and give you a quote to return at a time convenient for you.


A kitchen exhaust system that needs cleaning puts your restaurant, kitchen and staff at risk. These devices help filter out unwanted pollutants such as grease, and proper maintenance keeps ventilation operating correctly. Hood cleaning is a requirement by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), and restaurants that ignore these regulations put working environments in danger of extreme fire hazards.

Fortunately, Certified Fire and Security can help restaurant owners and kitchen managers with our kitchen hood cleaning services. Together, we can establish a safer workplace for your business in the states of Nevada and Utah.

What Is Hood Cleaning?

Kitchen exhaust systems consist of a hood and fan mounted over stoves, grills, ovens and other cooking appliances. As smoke, heat and grease travel upward, the hood system captures cooking residue through ventilation and ductwork. When clean, these systems are effective in eliminating potential toxins.

Restaurants will typically have a choice between wet and dry chemical systems based on their application. A wet chemical system combines liquid in the case of a fire by cooking oil, while dry systems are suitable for fires around electrical equipment. Regular maintenance of hood systems includes upkeep of the following components:

  • Hood
  • Links
  • Fans
  • Diverter
  • Filters
  • Exhaust Duct
  • Drip Cup
  • Air Makeup Device
Benefits of Hood Cleaning

Kitchen hood cleaning improves the air quality of your restaurant for workers. Reducing smoke around grills and cooking areas cuts back on fire hazards. These ventilation systems also improve worker visibility on the job.

The chance of a grease fire increases the more you allow buildup within an exhaust. Hood cleaning services ensure that your restaurant and kitchen are fire code compliant based on the NFPA Code 96 requirements.

Keeping kitchen hood systems clean also saves you money. Grease buildups along key components cause your ventilation system to work harder to remove odors and airborne pollutants from your restaurant. Schedule routine hood maintenance and prevent system shutdown with Certified Fire and Security.


Certified Solutions works to eliminate grease and debris from hood system vents, fans, filters and ducts. A kitchen exhaust system might appear clean on the outside, but our technicians identify and remove grease accumulation all the way through the roof of your ventilation structure.

We first conduct a pre-cleaning inspection of your hood system. This is where our technicians look for damaged parts or components that need replacing prior to cleaning. Depending on the industry, we may ask your team to clear the area, remove filters and cover nearby appliances for unexpected grease spills.

All lights, gas valves and appliances will be turned off as our experts clean units with hot water and potentially flammable

substances. Certified Fire and Security will spray down hood system fans and ducts with degreaser prior to rinsing, and our technicians drain buildups into a collection device. If necessary, the process is repeated until all grease is removed from internal components.

Our professionals then scrub the exposed metal from the inside of the kitchen until all parts are free of grease. Certification stickers are applied, and the post-cleaning inspection starts with a review of the system maintenance report for your records.


We conduct a pre-cleaning inspection of your hood system.


All lights, gas valves & appliances will be turned off to clean units with hot water & potentially flammable substances.


The hood system fans and ducts will be sprayed down with degreaser prior to rinsing.


Technicians will drain buildups into a collection device.


The process is repeated until all grease is removed from internal components.


The exposed metal is scrubbed from the inside until all parts are free of grease.


Certification stickers are applied.


Post-cleaning inspection starts with a review of the system maintenance report for your records.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Inspection or Maintenance
Appointment in Nevada and Utah

Certified Fire and Security is eager to assist with your small and large-scale projects. Complete a contact form with us today or call 801.281.0746 to schedule an inspection for commercial fire sprinklers, fire extinguishers, fire suppression systems and more.