Once your fire suppression system is installed, it’s important to keep it in proper operating condition so that it can protect your building in the event of an emergency. Although the system may be “out of sight, out of mind” for busy building managers, it’s vital to have your system inspected and tested often. Without this vital step, you won’t know if there’s anything wrong with your suppression system until an unexpected blaze breaks out. A malfunction could leave your business’s assets and equipment unprotected.
Don’t let your property and valuables go up in smoke – schedule fire suppression inspection and testing services with Kauffman Co. Call us at 713-893-1090 to schedule an inspection in the greater Houston area.
Regular inspections and testing are required by code to ensure your building is safe in case of fire. During an inspection, you can expect the following tasks to be completed by a qualified technician:
The purpose of inspecting and testing your fire suppression system is to pinpoint any malfunctions so they can be corrected. Many repairs are made on the spot, but for more extensive work, a technician may return for a follow-up visit.
If your business is located in the Houston area, Kauffman Co. is your premier source for fire suppression inspection and testing services. We service all types of systems, including the popular FM-200 fire suppression system. This option is a clean, non-toxic and eco-friendly way to extinguish a fire. The system itself also takes up very little room, which provides space-saving benefits for your business. If you have older fire suppression equipment, consider upgrading to the FM-200 system.
By knowing your fire suppression system is in good working order, you can rest assured you are doing everything possible to protect valuable business assets as well as your customers and employees. In the end, you hope you never have to use fire suppression, but you’re glad to know you can count on it if an emergency strikes.
To schedule your inspection, call us at 713-893-1090.
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