What you need to know about Kitchen Hood Fire Suppression Systems Inspection & Maintenance

by Tiffany

Don't suffer a catastrophic loss because of improperly installed or serviced fire protection equipment! In a restaurant or commercial cooking operation, fires most commonly originate at the cooking appliances. A properly designed and functioning..

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Don't Play to the Beat of Your Own Drum Drip- Freeze Protection Tips

by Rachel

Because, Sometimes a sprinkler system’s worst enemy is water...

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Which is better, Automatic Fire Sprinklers or Clean Agent Fire Suppression?

by Rachel

Preaction Automatic Sprinkler versus Clean Agent Fire Suppression for High Value and Mission Critical Assets

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The Water Must Flow! - MIC and Your Fire Sprinkler System

by Rachel

The water must flow!

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Our People: Special Hazards Silverback, Ed Cone

by Rachel

People. That’s really what makes (or breaks) an organization, isn’t it? Who wants to work with someone they don’t like? Not me! So what kind of people are you working with when you work with Century Fire Protection? To answer that, we’ll be posting a..

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Honesty & Your Fire Protection Contractor

by Rachel

Honesty is such a lonely word

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The Juggling Act: Managing Your Fire Systems

by Rachel

Managing fire protection compliance for a facility of any size or type can be a juggling act.

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Weighing the factors to determine Fire System Inspection and Testing Frequency

by Tiffany

The question I get asked most regarding service to fire systems is “How often do I need my system inspected?” and my answer is always “It depends.” Yep, that's right. It depends. Isn't that what we all hate to hear? In this case it couldn’t be more..

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