|By PR Newswire||
|December 26, 2012 01:31 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Many homeowners and local establishments like to celebrate Christmas and New Years with a vivid display of lights and decorations wrapped about a Christmas tree or on the outside or inside of a building. Bringing a tree into your residence is a timeless holiday tradition; however, the presence of a douglas fir in the home, or elaborate, electronically-based decorations in a community center increases the chances of a fire. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recently reported that approximately 21 deaths and 43 injuries result from holiday home fires. Accidents from fires, in addition to roadway collisions and illnesses, contribute to the death toll in December and January. With this in mind, Fire Protection Group, Inc. takes the time to caution the community with proper fire protection this holiday season. On a grander scale, FPG offers extensive year-round prevention through their fire sprinkler and alarm systems. FPG is a fire consulting firm which improves systems already in place or casts new plans that are compliant with federal regulations.
A proper fire protection system is especially imperative for the large business that is consistently visited by members of the community. Before the start of 2013, consider scheduling an inspection with FPG for proper prevention. With years of experience in the industry, the firm upholds NFPA 25, the standard for proper inspection and maintenance of fire systems comprised of sprinklers, hose outlets, valves, and/or piping. The code also provides for correct handling of defective systems. FPG's founder and chief engineer, George Saadian, was instrumental in shaping the code, with his recommendations influencing revisions of NFPA 25 over time. In the same way, FPG officials conducting the inspections are thoroughly indoctrinated in NFPA 25 and other codes.
FPG exists for the new business needing an appropriate fire suppression system. Engineering and design professionals working at the firm will take into account the landscape of your location to develop an efficient fire safety system. Once the plans are laid, FPG's field team will install the equipment, keeping compliant with OSHA regulations. A comprehensive fire safety plan for schools, malls, and other large facilities may also incorporate smoke detectors, as well as emergency lights and exit signs which FPG can also set in place. The FPG team follows up their work with 24/7 on-call emergency response, as well as repair and part replacement services.
Fire protection projects begin with a free on-site inspection, orchestrated by FPG's reliable, thoroughly trained professionals. The firm has equipped both private dwellings and public arenas throughout Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County with comprehensive fire systems. Practicing holiday fire safety, like extinguishing all candles and turning off lighted decorations prior to bedtime, is important. But taking extensive precautions at your home or workplace through FPG is important on a greater level. Begin 2013 with the proper preventative tools, introduced to your place of business by the fire safety experts of FPG.
To speak with a Fire Protection Group official and set up a FREE inspection, contact the firm via phone at 888-251-3488 or at www.firesprinkler.com.
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SOURCE Fire Protection Group, Inc.
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