We know fire sprinkler installation is a big investment for your business or organization. Before scheduling a design and installation, you’ll likely request estimates from a few local fire protection companies. Kauffman Co. is a family-run fire protection company serving the greater Houston, Texas area with over 35 years of industry experience.
For us, your safety comes first. With the start of each fire sprinkler estimate, we take pride in our customer-focused approach and will do everything it takes to make sure that you, your employees, and your valuables are protected and that your buildings are up to code.
For a fire sprinkler system estimate for your Texas property, contact us online or call us today!
At Kauffman Co., our project estimators will assess your building’s performance requirements and floor plan in order find the most cost-effective fire sprinkler system and solution to meet your fire protection needs. We:
The result? You get a fast acting sprinkler system that will protect your building, your equipment, and your employees and customers in the event of an emergency!
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Kauffman Co. fire sprinkler designers and project estimators have extensive knowledge of both fire codes and fire marshal requirements for both Houston and the state of Texas. This means you can expect your fire sprinkler installation job to require few, if any, change orders. Once you approve the designs, we’ll have your new system installed in no time. We provide estimates for new construction as well as retrofitting for existing buildings.
A fire sprinkler system is the most important fire protection system you can install in your building. If you need fire sprinkler estimates for a new or existing building in the Houston, Texas area, call Kauffman Co. or contact us online»
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