Boss Fire Protection Frequently Asked Questions

Have a fire-suppression-related question? We have the answer! Check out our FAQs below to learn more about our company and services. If you don’t see the answer you’re looking for, please use the contact form or call 972.704.1821.

How often should my fire extinguisher equipment be inspected?

It all depends on what piece of equipment you are referring to. For your kitchen fire suppression system, NFPA standards state that you should visually inspect the system once a month and the same system should inspected by a K licensed company every six months. For your portable fire extinguishers, NFPA standards state that you should visually inspect each extinguisher once a month and the same extinguishers should be inspected by a B licensed company every year. For more information about fire suppression inspections, check out Inspection Intervals For Your Fire Extinguisher on our Fire Extinguishers Sales & Service page and give us a call today.

What sets Boss Fire Protection apart from the competition?

We offer transparent service as well as education on the services that we are performing for your facility. We feel that the more you understand the service the more trust you have in our relationship. We also use the latest technology in all of our services, to make sure that your fire suppression and fire extinguisher service is as smooth as possible.

What sets Boss Fire Protection apart from the competition?

Do you offer any guarantees / warranties for your work?

We guarantee that all work is performed to NFPA standards. For more information on our fire suppression system installation and inspection services, give us a call today

What should I do to prepare for my service / appointment?

Before a fire suppression inspection, please be sure to schedule a time when our technicians are able to access the hood with minimal activity on the cookline. We also need to ensure that you have access to the fire alarm system in the building so that we can put the system in test mode to ensure the system will activate the alarm system in the event of a fire. Don’t forget to check out our recommendations on What to Look For From Your Inspector, as well as What to Communicate on our Fire Suppression Inspection page.

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