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Fire prevention services refer to the equipment within a business that is designed to mitigate fire events to save lives and property. Everything from extinguishers, sprinklers, and pull-stations to emergency lighting; each of these items is regulated through organizations like OSHA and NFPA as well as maintenance procedures designated by manufacturers. According to OSHA, there are 70,000 to 80,000 workplace fire events each year in the US alone, with property losses of $2 billion annually. So, when it comes to your business and your people, you want the best, the experts that won’t cut corners to protect profits, the professionals that make prevention and code compliance easier to understand and make facilities, employees, customers, and assets — safer!

Fire Protection Services Offered by Averus

  • Comprehensive Facility Management of All Fire Prevention Devices PM and Urgent Response
  • Fire Extinguisher Service & Install
  • Kitchen Suppression Service & Install
  • Emergency/Exit Light Service & Install
  • Fire Alarm Testing, Monitoring & Install
  • Backflow Prevention (domestic/irrigation)
  • Wet Pipe Sprinkler
  • Dry Pipe Sprinkler
  • Anti-Freeze Sprinkler
  • Clean Agent Systems
  • Fire Pump Testing
  • Private Fire Service Main Testing
  • Fire Hydrant Inspection
  • Water Storage Tank Inspection
  • Fire Hose Inspection
  • Hotel Dryer Vent Cleaning
  • CO2 Monitoring Installation & Service
  • Facility Remodel Reconnections
  • Building Alarm Testing
  • UL300 Kitchen Suppression Upgrades
  • Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

Location Responsibilities

  • Evaluate your fire protection water supply for corrosive potential
  • For gravity and suction tanks: maintain water temperature above 40F (4C)
  • Keep access doors, hydrants and fire department (“siamese”) connections free of snow and ice accumulation.
  • Keep all fire protection control equipment clear and accessible
  • Maintain a temperature above 40 F (4C) in areas with wet pipe sprinkler systems
  • Maintain a temperature above 40 F (4C) in valve rooms and electric fire pump enclosures
  • Maintain a temperature above 70 F (21C) in diesel fire pump rooms
  • Maintain dry system low point drains before freezing weather arrives
  • Visually inspect fire sprinkler systems and components regularly