Complete Fire Protection Service in Salt lake City

Complete Fire Protection Service in Salt lake City

Fire Protection Service in Salt Lake City saves lives, prevents complete destruction of property, and encompasses a wide variety of equipment, systems, and training. Sprinkler systems in buildings, for example, can be installed at any time. Many commercial and industrial buildings must have them installed as the building is being constructed to be in compliance with safety and health regulations as well as building codes. Companies that design, fabricate, and install sprinkler systems, like Interwest Fire Protection Company, for example, work closely with engineers, local authorities, and construction companies to incorporate systems into plans.

Old buildings that are being renovated or remodeled to house a commercial business, whether it is retail space, offices, or medical services, can be retrofitted with proper sprinkler systems. That allows the business to get the building up to code and into compliance with regulations. Experienced team members can inspect the building, design a system, and make sure it is installed properly. Systems can be fabricated around the existing structure to minimize costs and save time.

Residential systems can be designed for single family homes, duplexes, and multi-level apartment buildings. Many single-family homes are not required to have a sprinkler system installed but, if the home is new, or more than one story, it is wise to include a system to help protect the family and the investment. It will also lower homeowner insurance policy rates. If a developer is renovating a large building into apartments, for example, codes and regulations will require a sprinkler system be included in plans before tenants can move in or apartments can be sold.

In addition, to sprinkler systems, Fire Protection Service in Salt Lake City also includes inspections, testing of systems, repairs, maintenance, and training. Technicians are licensed and certified to inspect many other fire protection systems including fire pumps, back-flow prevention assemblies, hydrants, alarm systems, kitchen hood systems, extinguishers, and hazard systems. Most of which have to be inspected annually to remain in compliance. The company provides detailed inspection reports and keeps track of inspections in a customer database so they can contact customers and issue reminders when inspection services are due. That prevents individuals and businesses from forgetting about inspections and avoids fines and penalties for non-compliance.

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