Your residential or commercial sprinkler system can mean the difference between a minor fire and one that causes catastrophic damage to people and property. Your building requires a well-thought out sprinkler system that will provide comprehensive protection and meet the unique needs of your home or facility, which is why it is so important to enlist the help of a trusted fire protection company to design, install, and maintain your sprinkler system.
At Judd Fire Protection, we have over 24 years of experience in sprinkler system installation, as well as an excellent reputation in our industry for the quality of our work. We proudly serve clients in Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Baltimore, Westminster, and Maryland. Our team of experts takes your safety seriously and can complete any job, from a small residential sprinkler system to a comprehensive fire protection plan for a complex multi-zoned property.
Sprinkler System Installation
There are many different types of sprinkler systems that are designed to meet different needs. For example, server rooms or libraries may require a dry method sprinkler that won’t cause damage to the building’s contents, whereas a residential building might benefit most from a traditional wet system. This is why it is important to work with an experienced sprinkler system installer who can provide honest and trustworthy guidance on which system will best suit the needs of your home or facility and install it expertly. Improper installation can lead to system malfunction which can make your sprinklers useless, so it is incredibly important to work with a company that can be trusted to install it correctly.
Inspection, Service, and Maintenance
Expert installation of your sprinkler system is only the first step to ensuring your property’s safety. In order to ensure that your sprinkler system works when needed most, it is imperative that the system is inspected, serviced, and maintained regularly. In addition to providing assurance that your sprinkler system will function during an emergency, regular inspections and maintenance are often a requirement by the National Fire Protection Agency and Authority-Having Jurisdictions. By neglecting to adhere to a required inspection and service schedule, your business runs the risk of facing hefty fines. The techs in our Inspection and Service department are certified by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technology, have more than 65 years of combined hands-on experience in sprinkler system inspection and repair, and are trained on all types of sprinkler systems.