Answers to your burning questions
Yes, we do! Contact us today to discuss your fire protection needs!
While it does depend on the location and the size of the location, a typical installation takes 1-3 business days. Installations are done with minimal interference to your business operations.
We have installed new systems in many different sized facilities, from small mom-and-pop size diners to full-blown large installations in multiple heavy industrial manufacturing sites, and even underground in mines. Arrange a free consultation with one of our certified technicians today to help assess your needs.
Yes! If your system is properly installed and regularly maintained by a professional fire protection company such as Bison Fire Protection, it will greatly reduce the time needed for disaster recovery because of the effectiveness of the systems that have been serviced and maintained efficiently.
Siemens is the primary product line supported by Bison Fire Protection. We believe this to be a superior product line for several reasons; they are made from robust, heavy gauge steel, superior technology, and have a very stable operating platform. They just last longer. Siemens has put a lot of work into migrating from older systems to newer systems, it’s easier than ever! For example, if you have an older Siemens system from 20 years ago, migrating to a newer system is made easy because the newer system can be connected up to the older system for an easy upgrade. This is of benefit to our customers because it means you may not have to replace your entire system. An upgrade can be done, and the cost budgeted under annual maintenance rather than a capital expenditure. We would be happy to discuss our range of fire suppression, fire alarm, and sprinkler systems with you! Call us today for a free consultation!
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Bison Fire Protection has installed explosion proof systems in potentially hazardous locations. We recommend you call us to discuss your specific needs.
Yes. We have cloud technology available. The business owner can be texted and informed what is going on and whether it is an emergency or not. Call us today to discuss how this can be of benefit to you and your business!
Emergency lighting is usually off during the day unless it is being tested. When the power goes out during an emergency, these lights will turn on and run off battery power or generator power. The purpose is to help people in the building see their way to safety.
Fire alarm system inspections are done annually. Kitchen fire suppression systems, spray booths or clean gas systems need to be done at least semi-annually.
Again, it is up to building owners to ensure that regular inspections are done in a timely fashion. If you have not had your inspection done as scheduled, whether it is annually or semi-annually depending on the cycle, if it is a year and day late, your insurance policy may lapse.