Fire Alarms, Fire Extinguishers, Fire Protection Packages, Backflow Preventers, Fire Hydrant Inspection and Certification and more.
Tell us what you need.
Fireshield provides several additional services to complement your fire and life safety systems.
- Fire Alarms
- Electrical Services
- Fire Sprinkler Testing and Replacement
- Tenant Improvements
- System Winterization
- System Performance Evaluation
- Design Consultation
- 3D coordination
- Equipment Repairs and Replacement
- Fire Extinguisher Certification
- Backflow Testing
- Hydrant Flow Testing
We do the job right the first time.
If it’s part of your fire and life safety systems and needs repair then, Fireshield can fix it. Our broad knowledgebase makes us experts in troubleshooting and resolving problems. Whether it’s as simple as winterizing your pipes in cold weather to prevent them breaking, or replacing older sprinkler heads, Fireshield can perform your repairs.
Intuitive design creates effective fire prevention.
Effective fire protection always starts with effective design. Our NICET Level IV certification assures you that all our designs are certified by the highest level of fire protection design competency in the nation. We take great pride in presenting our customers with building-unique effective fire protection systems, intuitively designed.
Backflow preventers are important to your water-based system.
A backflow preventer keeps your water supply from possibly becoming contaminated by downstream water sources, and is therefore an important part of your water-based systems. Fireshield tests, repairs, and certifies all types and brands of backflow preventers.
Save on your tenant improvements.
We offer a complete fire protection package for tenant spaces. Whether you need 1 sprinkler moved or 100 sprinklers added, Fireshield can get it done for you quickly and efficiently. Contact Fireshield today for your free, no-obligation estimate.
HYDRANTWORKS™ Method Fire Hydrant Inspection and Certification
In freezing climates, AWWA fire hydrant standards committee recommends that hydrants be inspected in the fall, in the spring and after each use. Lack of experience with the brands being inspected and time between inspections increase the length of time necessary to inspect a fire hydrant. To control these factors, the City specifies the types of hydrants that may be installed and endeavors to inspect public hydrants on a regular schedule. Routine inspection of common fire hydrants by experienced operators should take approximately 20 minutes per hydrant. The HYDRANTWORKS™ Method cuts that time down dramatically which saves time and water while getting the test results you need. If you’re looking for a solution for testing and inspecting multiple hydrants, please send an email to request more information.