Building safety relies on various fire protection systems working together flawlessly. For example, if a blaze starts burning, automatic fire sprinkler systems provide the first line of defense. Each sprinkler head activates individually as it detects rising air temperatures from a fire below. In addition to automatic fire suppression, firefighters can also help douse the flames by connecting hoses to indoor standpipes and outdoor fire hydrants.
The only way for these vital fire protection systems to work is if the underground fire main is functioning properly. A fire main is a water pipe that connects fire sprinklers, hydrants, and standpipes to the municipal water supply. If something goes wrong with the piping, your building could be at risk of damage if a fire starts.
To prevent this scenario, be sure to schedule routine fire line maintenance and testing. These services give you peace of mind, knowing your fire-fighting systems will function the way they should if you ever need them.
To schedule maintenance for your underground fire main, please call Kauffman Co. at 713-893-1090 today.
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When you hire Kauffman Co. to maintain and test your fire line, you’re working with a company that strictly follows the procedures outlined in NFPA 24 and NFPA 13. Here’s a look at what those procedures entail:
Kauffman Co. has been a leader in the fire protection industry for over 35 years. We’re proud to serve businesses across Houston, TX with honest, reliable, and affordable fire protection services. Our goal is to provide the underground fire line maintenance you need to keep your building, employees, customers, and inventory safe from fire. Trust us for all your fire protection needs to ensure a safe, fully operational system if you ever need it.
To schedule your next fire main test, please contact us online or call 713-893-1090.
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