Questions You Must Ask Your Fire Protection Partner

Questions You Must Ask Your Fire Protection Partner

Arranging fire protection services isn’t always the most straightforward task to complete.

Arranging fire protection services isn’t always the most straightforward task to complete. However, that should not discourage you from doing it. All businesses, no matter what industry they are in, should put their people first. This doesn’t only apply to their customers, but their employees, service partners, and vendors as well. 

What Services Do You Have?

Different buildings will need various fire protection services depending on the overall layout, available budget, and the fire safety measures that are already in place. Some companies will only focus on a few items and ignore the rest. For the best results, you must find a fire protection partner that can offer you a full range of services. These services include inspecting fire extinguishers, performing recharges, or assessing the efficiency of the other fire suppression systems.

How Experienced Are You? 

By determining how experienced your fire protection partner is, you can decide if the relationship will benefit your company. The more experienced your partner is, the more peace of mind you can have, and that is something priceless. Different rules and regulations, especially when it comes to applicable fire codes and associated technologies, will change. The same fire protection methods that worked five years ago might not be the same five years from now. 

How Much Do You Charge?

Your company’s budget is not limitless. Even the most important businesses need to align their operations in such a way that it will keep costs down. The size of the building can drive prices up for inspections and repairs. Other factors include how old the building is if it has been renovated recently, what equipment needs to be tested, and what assets need to be protected. There could also be hidden charges that will pop up unexpectedly. Reputable partners will avoid springing these on you, but less scrupulous partners will not. 

Who is Responsible for Records?

Asking about recordkeeping is always a smart approach. Many companies are phasing out paper records in favor of digital storage. Having paper and computer records as redundancies shows a commitment to customer service. 

Fire Protection Services from Fireline

Whether you need smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, or an automatic sprinkler system installed at your commercial property, Fireline has you covered. We have been protecting people and property from fire damage since 1947—and our experience shows in our excellent work! We are known for our superb customer service, our expertise, and our reliability. For more information on how we can help your residential or commercial property, visit us online or give us a call at (800) 553-3405. We are located in Baltimore, MD, with a second office in Leesburg, VA. For more fire safety tips, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

 

 

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