Northwest Fire Systems installs and retrofits fire sprinkler systems for our clients. Our experienced team will work with you throughout the installation process to ensure your fire sprinkler system meets local and national safety codes.
This is the foundation of all good fire sprinkler systems. Water availability and system density requirements are key to getting the exact amount of water through the system effectively. Survey of existing conditions is the next stop for any existing buildings and systems.
This is the first major step in the actual installation of any new fire sprinkler system. The sizing of this supply is the critical part of your system water requirements.
This is where the framework of your new fire sprinkler system will take shape. Whether the building is already built or newly constructed, the design and survey pays off here. Coordination is the next key to a successful install to make sure all traders are on the same page.
If you have an existing building with a fire sprinkler system already installed and you are changing the use or configuration, modifications will more than likely need to be done. The most common mistake for building owners and tenants is that the existing system is a "one size fits all" thought process. There are strict codes on design and application. The use of your space will determine what and how your fire sprinkler system will be designed and modified.
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