Our company has been recognized as one of Texas's top fire sprinkler installation companies for many years. Having designed and installed your commercial fire sprinkler system and having your plan approved and permitted by local fire department officials, our professionally trained team will thoroughly test your system. Regardless of what the future holds for the space, the design will be tailored to your facility and consider your plans for the area. While installing the sprinkler heads and piping system, we will perform several system safety tests to ensure your assets are protected 24 hours a day.
Four Fire Sprinkler System Types Fit Your Needs
This is the best option for art-filled buildings or buildings containing public records. When activated, water can only make its way through the pipes.
Wet Pipe Sprinklers
They are ideal for buildings in high-rises and are low-maintenance. The water remains pressurized in the pipes, responding quickly when triggered.
Dry Pipe Sprinklers
In warehouses without temperature control, this method works best. This is because there will never be any frozen water that can burst the pipe.
Deluge Fire Sprinklers
In oil refineries or chemical plants, smoke or heat detectors trigger the highly responsive system.
Fire Sprinkler Systems are Worth the Cost
As a result, fire sprinkler systems save lives and property, which far surpasses the potential loss of life or insurance claims incurred. So invest the time and energy you have invested in your business's success, and don't let your hard work go to waste.
Fire Sprinklers Work 24/7
When you or your employees are not present to mitigate fire, a sprinkler system can prevent a fire from spreading.
Fire Sprinklers Save on Insurance Premiums
Owners of buildings or businesses may be eligible for discounts on insurance premiums ranging from 10% to 60%, depending on the type of building. Even just saving this amount will pay for the fire sprinkler system.
Fire Damage Costs More than Water Damage
The average fire sprinkler releases 24 gallons of water every minute, compared to an average fire hose that releases 150 gallons. An individual firefighter's responsibility is to douse as many flames as possible with water, while a sprinkler system's responsibility is to douse flames locally. As a result, the damage caused by fires is much more significant than that caused by sprinkler systems in terms of structural damage, productivity losses, and employee loss. We at Protection Systems will work with you to develop a fire protection plan based on the suitable types of sprinklers that will protect your property.