Suppression systems are not just a one-size-fits-all, so it's essential that they are routinely inspected and maintained based on the system design, AHJ/NFPA as well as the manufacturer's specifications.
Our services are carefully crafted to protect both your personnel and property, adhering to the local requirements stipulated by the AHJ and manufacturer specifications. Given that inspection schedules and requirements can vary, it's essential to partner with a trusted provider.
Factors such as system type, agent, hazard, manufacturer, and geographic location can influence the inspection, maintenance, and testing program you will need. Although our offerings may differ by location, our unwavering commitment is to deliver exceptional quality, giving you confidence in your suppression system's performance when it's needed most.
Type of Suppression Systems
- Kitchen Hood
- Data Center and Storage
- Paint Booth
- Special Hazards
How The Service Works
- Facility Walkthrough: conduct an equipment survey to determine the type, size and details of the existing system.
- Inspection: based on the survey we determine the appropriate inspection, maintenance, repair needed to bring your equipment up to code.
- Repair: if repairs are needed, those will be quoted and preformed in a timely manner to bring your system back online or up to code.
- Service Interval: establish the appropriate service frequency, which will depend on the specific equipment being maintained and local requirements.
- Documentation: provide thorough documentation of all services performed, repairs, notations and deficiencies, in written and digital formats.
- Invoicing: multiple payment and billing options for your convenience.
- Ongoing support: 24/7 customer service and account access
Fire suppression systems are available in a range of shapes and sizes, from those designed for food trucks and paint booths to kitchen hood systems. Regulatory requirements can vary based on numerous factors. Hence, it's crucial to collaborate with your local fire marshal or AHJ to grasp the necessary standards. Once informed, it's equally important to engage a service provider who adheres to those specifications.
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