At Technology Install Partners, we pride ourselves on being the all-in-one solution provider for our customers with all things fire safety-related. We offer the whole package when it comes to your fire safety system, from consulting all the way to maintenance.
Fire disaster destroys or damagesthousands of businesses each year. It may not seem like it, but one fire can kill a business. There are ten very sound reasons to consider the installation of an advanced fire alarm system: 1. Alarms Save Lives According to theNFPA3,275 people died in fires of all types in 2014. Early warning alerted via alarm systems represents a key aspect to preventing fire deaths and injuries to employees or customers. 2. Building Asset Losses are Minimized If a fire does happen within a company building, the loss of building and vehicle assets are minimized by rapid emergency response. Therefore, thousands of dollars in assets may be preserved by having an updated, advanced fire alarm system. 3. Insurance Benefits Insurance premiums are generally lower when fire alarm systems are installed. TheInsurance Information Institutereports that an alarm system that includes fire protection can lower premiums by as much as 5% to 20%. The reduced cost of insurance can help
Sometimes, it doesnt take months or years. Rather, it can happen in a matter of minutes. Without warning, a successful, well-managed business can lose everything: profitability, inventory, buildings, vehicles, records and customer orders can go up in smoke due to a building fire. Fire disaster destroys or damages thousands of businesses each year. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that there were 82,000 non-residential structure fires of all types in 2013. Financial loss from these fires was estimated at $2.6 billion. Even more significant, they resulted in 1,500 injuries and 70 fatalities. What do these figures mean? The answer is simple: a building fire can kill a business. Do the Benefits Outweigh the Costs? Even in todays world of low-cost, advanced technology, some business owners are reluctant to make the investment in a fire alarm system. Some say, Fires dont happen that often. Weve never had a fire. We are careful, so there wont be a fire in our business. One