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Top 5 Common Mistakes People Make with Their Complete Fire Protection Systems

A recent study revealed that in one year, there were over 16,500 incidents of office and store fires. This resulted in a staggering $932 million in direct property damage. Are you confident that your fire protection system is flawless? Complete fire protection systems keep both property and people safe in the event of a fire….

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Common Fire Sprinkler Problems and How to Avoid Them

Does your commercial building have a modern fire sprinkler system in it that’s completely up to code? If not, you should consider changing this as soon as you can. If you have an older fire sprinkler system in your commercial building, it might not be able to provide it with the protection it needs. It could…

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Understanding the Importance of Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems

Around 7,500 U.S. food establishments suffer fires each year. There’s no way to guarantee your restaurant won’t join that list, but there are proven ways to limit the size and damage of a fire. Prudent business owners install a kitchen fire suppression system. A kitchen fire suppression system can detect and suppress fires, saving lives and protecting…

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Industrial Fire Protection And Workplace Safety

Importance of Industrial Fire Protection Workplace safety is a top priority for every commercial property manager, and industrial fire protection plays a crucial role in safeguarding both employees and assets. A well-designed and properly maintained fire protection system can help prevent devastating fires from causing extensive damage or injury. In this blog post, we’ll delve…

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How Often Should Fire Extinguishers be Serviced?

The U.S. fire department reports over 3,300 fires each year that happen in commercial buildings. As scary as this can be, some of those fires don’t have to get out of hand and cause damage to the entire property. This is only going to be the case if you are keeping track of your fire extinguishers and…

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Why Annual Fire Sprinkler Inspections Are Crucial for Building Safety

Nonresidential fires were responsible for 95 deaths and 1,025 injuries in 2020. There were approximately 103,400 nonresidential fires in 2020, resulting in a loss of $3,289,600,000. Commercial buildings are at risk of fire hazards like any other buildings. This is why an annual fire sprinkler inspection should be done. Building and facility managers should make sure that…

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Fire Safety Tips: How To Dispose of Fire Extinguisher

Did you know that most fire extinguishers will come with expiration dates on them? You should keep a close eye on every fire extinguisher in a commercial building and replace expired ones accordingly. Generally speaking, most fire extinguishers will last between 5 and 15 years before needing to be replaced. But every fire extinguisher is going to…

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How to Select the Best Commercial Fire Protection System for Your Business

As a business owner, are you worried about the safety of your commercial building? If you don’t have an updated fire alarm system or one at all, you should. In 2021, there were around 125,000 commercial building fires in the United States. Faulty wires, human error, and cooking equipment are all common ways that fires get started…

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Complete Commercial Smoke Detector Installation Guide

A Complete Guide to Commercial Smoke Detector Installation As a commercial property or facility manager, you are responsible for the safety of everyone in the building, meaning it’s essential to ensure that the building is equipped with the necessary safety devices, such as smoke detectors. Smoke detectors provide an early warning system for fires, allowing…

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Don’t Wait Until it’s Too Late: The Importance of Having a Fire Detection and Alarm System

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 3,340 fires in office properties per year.  Fire damage can range in severity and can be incredibly expensive. The same report also reveals that workplace fires cause an estimated $112 million in direct property damage annually.  While you cannot prevent every emergency,…

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