Questions You Should Ask a Fire Protection Company

We can help you make sure that your fire protection systems are up-to-par

Here at Judd Fire Protection LLC, we specialize in both residential and commercial fire protection. If you’re unfamiliar with what a fire protection company can offer you, then you may not know what questions to ask. Hiring a credible and reputable fire protection company comes with asking the right questions. Today we’re going to share what those questions should be. Continue reading!

Ask What Fire Protection Services are Available 

Some vendors only concentrate on a few specialized services, but not us. We can help you from start to finish. Not only can we install the fire protection systems that you need, but we’ll design them specifically for your building and help you come up with a fire safety plan. Our job is to make sure that your home or business is fireproof. After we install the fire protection systems, we also make sure that they’re working efficiently year after year. Maintenance is vital.

Ask About Who the Workers Are

Some fire protection companies hire contractors. Here our technicians are in-house, and they have a combined experience of over 65 years. When technicians are in-house, processes are more cohesive. It’s easier to keep an eye out on any improvements or changes that need attention when technicians are right in the building. It’s ideal when you have a locally-owned business that installs, repairs, and inspects fire protection systems. We do it all. We’re a one-stop-shop.¬†

Ask About Certifications

The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) has certified us. When a fire protection company has specific certifications, it means that they are keeping up with changes in the industry. Within any industry, things change, and so you want to hire a company that’s in the know about safety standards and modern technologies.¬†

Ask About Pricing

Pricing has several factors. It’s helpful to know what your needs are. Commercial fire protection could involve installing a fire sprinkler, smoke detector, and fire extinguisher. Or maybe you need an inspection on your building to make sure that your fire safety plan will work without fail. Here are a few things to consider:

  • Size of the building
  • The building’s age
  • Features and functions that need testing

Residential and Commercial Fire Prevention from Judd Fire Protection

If you want to ensure your home and business are safe throughout the year, trust Judd Fire Protection, LLC. We have over two decades of experience in designing, installing, inspecting, and repairing residential and commercial fire protection systems. We serve clients throughout Maryland, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia. If you are interested in finding out more about our services and protecting your home and business, give us a call at 410-871-3480 or contact us online. For more fire safety tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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