Life Safety Service & Supply also offers the servicing of another critical life safety product line: portable fire extinguishers.
Our experienced field service technicians work closely with building owners and operators of commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities to be sure that fire extinguishers comply with NFPA 10 Standard for portable fire extinguishers.
Would You Pass During an Inspection?
Would your fire extinguisher pass inspection by your local fire marshal and/or building inspector today? Are you sure?
We sell and service a full line of portable fire extinguishers, parts and accessories—all designed and installed to assure greater safety to building occupants in the event of a fire.
You can reduce your liability in the event of a fire or other catastrophe. Statistics show that hand-held portable fire extinguishers put out more than 90% of fires in commercial buildings—and most fires are extinguished even before fire departments respond to emergency calls!
Sales & Service
Make sure that the company you choose has National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Certification, DOT (Department of Transportation) Retest Identficiation Certification, is an active member of NFPA (insures that the company is up to date on the latest code changes and variances so that we can keep your facility current) and has current training certification for DOT and USCGA (United States Compressed Gas Association).
Let us visit your facility and inspect your fire suppression equipment at no cost or obligation. You need to be sure that your life safety equipment meets NFPA Codes and Standards.
Our Fire Supression Partner
Life Safety Service maintains a strategic alliance with The Stuart L. White Company for the inspection, repair, and installation of all suppression systems.
The Stuart L. White Company was established in 1932 and specializes in all types of special hazard systems. Our alliance with the White Company assures our customers receive the most qualified and experienced service available for their suppression systems. The White Company employs only the properly trained and licensed technicians to inspect and maintain suppression systems, as required by state law.