For more than 35 years, the owners of Kauffman Co. have been providing residents and businesses in Harris County, Texas with quality fire protection system installation, repair, and replacement services. While we are located in Houston, we do bid on fire protection projects throughout the Harris County area.
We provide fire protection services throughout the area, including:
Call us today to request an estimate for your building or property.
For most office and industrial buildings in Harris County, Texas, a working fire sprinkler system is the single most effective means of controlling small- to large-scale fires. In fact, NFPA statistics show that in buildings with a working fire sprinkler system, the risk of death during a fire is cut by more than 80 percent!
At Kauffman Co., we provide a wide range of fire sprinkler system services. We can install fire sprinkler systems in new commercial and residential construction projects or in existing buildings undergoing remodeling and renovation throughout the Harris County area. We can even retrofit old buildings that have aging, obsolete fire sprinkler systems with modern, highly advanced sprinkler systems guaranteed to increase the rate of survival for you and your employees while minimizing the fire damage to your building.
At Kauffman, Co., our fire sprinkler technicians have years of experience helping Harris County area companies with:
Already have a fire sprinkler system installed? Call Kauffman Co.! Our expert fire protection systems technicians can provide quarterly fire sprinkler system inspection and testing to make sure your fire pump, valves, and sprinkler heads are all in perfect working order and will keep you protected at all times.
Do you own a data center, server room, computer lab, or other building in the Harris County, TX area with sensitive electronic equipment? If this is the case, a traditional water-based fire sprinkler system may actually do more damage than the fire it is supposed to protect you from!
At Kauffman Co., we specialize in inspection, testing, and maintenance of dry chemical fire suppression systems, including the FM-200 system, which is proven to extinguish fires in seconds without harming any of your electronic equipment.
If you have a dry chemical fire suppression system installed in your Harris County building, call Kauffman Co. today. We can provide the necessary semi-annual inspections required to ensure that your fire suppression system will keep your building’s employees and equipment safe any time, day or night.
If you own a busy restaurant or commercial kitchen in Harris County, Texas, you need to take extra care with your fire protection systems. The combination of heat, grease, and commotion usually present in commercial kitchens puts them at high risk for fire.
At Kauffman Co., we can provide fire system inspection and testing to make sure that your commercial kitchen meets UL-300 requirements and will be able to handle the threat of a grease fire. Don’t let a simple oil flare-up cost you your entire business—if you own a restaurant in Harris County, Texas, call Kauffman Co. today!
At Kauffman Co., we want to make sure your building in Harris County, Texas is always kept safe from fire. We provide 24-hour service for all of your fire protection needs and can service any manufacturer’s equipment. If you need fire protection system inspection, testing, or service for your building, call the experts at Kauffman Co. today!
We provide fire protection services throughout Aldine, Atascocita, Barrett, Baytown, Bellaire, Bunker Hill Village, Channelview, Cinco Ranch, Cloverleaf, Crosby, Deer Park, El Lago, Galena Park, Hedwig Village, Highlands, Hillshire Village, Houston, Humble, Hunters Creek Village, Jacinto City, Jersey Village, Katy, La Porte, Mission Bend, Morgan’s Point, Nassau Bay, Pasadena, Pearland, Piney Point Village, Seabrook, Sheldon, Shoreacres, South Houston, Southside Place, Spring, Spring Valley Village, Tomball, Waller, Webster, and West University Place
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