Houston Retrofitting or Installing Fire Protection Systems
Retrofitting your residential, commercial or industrial fire protection system is the process of adding a fire protection system including fire sprinklers, fire alarms and/or fire suppression systems to an existing building that never had a fire protection system installed.
Retrofitting a fire protection system including the installed fire sprinklers, fire alarms, and fire suppression systems is generally completed by more experienced fire protection contractors. You can obtain a list of retrofitters by contacting the NFSA at 1-800-683-NFSA. You should obtain at least three (3) estimates, bids or quotes from different state licensed fire protection companies, certified fire protection technicians and/or fire safety engineers.
Retrofitting Your Commercial and Industrial Fire Protection System in Houston
When retrofitting commercial or industrial buildings fire protection systems, make sure you contact at least three (3) state licensed fire protection companies that are familiar and experienced enough to complete the retrofit required on your commercial or industrial building. You can contact your local fire department or fire marshall to get a list of state licensed fire protection companies, certified fire protection contractors and/or fire safety engineers capable of retrofitting your fire protection system.
Retrofitting Your Home Residence for a Fire Protection System in Houston
You can retrofit a residential fire protection system, if your home does not already have installed fire sprinklers, fire alarms or fire suppression systems. When you are retrofitting residential fire protection systems you are adding to the existing construction of the home new fire sprinklers, fire alarms and/or fire suppression systems.
What is a Retrofitting a Fire Protection System in Houston?
Adding a fire protection system to any building or structure that does not have installed fire protection systems.
Why Would You Retrofit a Fire Protection System in Houston?
If you are required by state, city or municipal health, building codes or fire codes to add a fire protection system to your residence, commercial or industrial building or facility.
When Would You Retrofit a Fire Protection System in Houston?
If the building is standing & does not have installed fire protection a retrofit would add a new fire protection system.