Save Lives & Property
Many states require that your building get a fire inspection at least once a year. This helps to ensure your safety but also keeps your business running. If you do not get regular fire inspections, you could be shut down. If you’ve waited years to have a fire inspection done and you have way too many violations, you could also be shut down.
Performing regular fire inspections allows the fire inspectors to collect useful data that can help them in the future. They can figure out patterns regarding faulty equipment or common areas where fire hazards exist. It also helps them to decide where the best places are to install new fire equipment. Driving to your building can also allow them to see which fire hydrants and water sources are closest to your building in case of emergencies.
As mentioned before, you want your customers to feel comfortable when they enter your place of business. Getting regular fire inspections lets your customers and employees know that you care about their safety and well being. It also give you a chance to interact with the local fire department and get to know them a little better.
Is your building up to date on inspections? Give LVI a call for scheduling and get yours taken care of today! (815) 521-0000
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