For most business owners in Houston, just getting back to and assessing damage in their building is the first step after the recent flooding subsides. But what comes next is crucial for further protecting your customers, employees, assets, and property.
Major flooding, like we’ve seen this spring, can damage essential fire protection systems throughout your building. From fire extinguishers to fire alarms, and sprinkler systems to restaurant fire suppression systems, damage from the flooding to your systems is a reality, no matter when the last time you had your systems inspected. To protect life and property further once you’re back in the building, it’s crucial that you have your systems inspected by a professional and licensed fire protection company.
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Kauffman Co. is a family-owned and operated fire protection company located in Houston, TX and serving the Greater Gulf Coast area. We been serving the area for decades and can help you ensure your building is safe, even after major flood damage.
To schedule inspections and testing of all of your fire protection systems, contact us online or call us at 713-893-1090. We provide 24/7 emergency fire protection services.
We service the following cities: Alvin, Angleton, Austin, Baytown, Beaumont, Bellaire, Clute, Conroe, Deer Park, Dickinson, Freeport, Friendswood, Galena Park, Galveston, Houston, Humble, Huntsville, Jacinto City, Katy, La Marque, La Porte, Lake Charles, Lake Jackson, League City, Missouri City, Orange, Pasadena, Pearland, Port Arthur, Richmond, Rosenberg, San Antonio, Schulenburg, South Houston, Stafford, Sugar Land, Texas City, Victoria, The Woodlands, and Waco.
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