No matter what type of business you own in the Houston area, fire extinguishers are your first line of defense in a fire emergency. Your quick response is often enough to douse a small fire, saving lives and preventing significant property damage in the process.
Are you sure your fire extinguishers are up to the task? If you can’t remember the last time your fire extinguishers were inspected by a professional, it’s time to schedule a visit from Kauffman Co. Our years of experience in the fire protection industry make us highly qualified to bring your fire extinguishers back up to code.
To schedule a fire extinguisher inspection in Houston, please call Kauffman Co. today at 713-893-1090.
It’s common practice for Houston business owners to purchase fire extinguishers and mount them to the wall – and then never give them a second thought. Installing fire extinguishers in accordance with local and national fire codes is an important first step, but it’s certainly not the last.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requires annual fire extinguisher inspections from a qualified professional. You should also maintain your extinguishers monthly to address problems as they arise. A designated staff member can complete basic maintenance; no special training is required.
Here’s why fire extinguisher inspections are so important:
Assign a staff member the task of inspecting your fire extinguishers monthly. This task requires only a few simple steps:
These basic steps are enough to get you by for about a year. Once 12 months have passed, it’s time to schedule a professional fire extinguisher inspection. Here are the steps a Kauffman Co. technician takes when inspecting your extinguishers:
Is your business located in Houston or the Greater Gulf Coast area? Are you unsure whether your fire extinguishers are up to code – or if they even work at all? If so, contact Kauffman Co. online or call us at 713-893-1090 today to schedule a fire extinguisher inspection. We can help you get back on a consistent inspection schedule so you’re always protected in the event of a fire emergency.
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