Providing the Correct Fire Suppression Solution
Electrical fires, chemical fires, and grease fires are just a few of the special situations and environments where a water-based system would be ineffective. In compliance with NFPA, insurance needs, and local or state jurisdiction, our fire safety professionals can evaluate your business, identify special hazards, and design appropriate suppression systems to protect your people and assets to comply with NFPA code requirements.
Supported Technologies and Solutions
Robust Fire Suppression Solutions
Commercial fire suppression systems help protect mid-size and larger facilities across a wide range of industries. Ask our suppression and fire safety professionals to recommend a solution that’s right for your location based on your hazards.
Water mist systems
Professional installation by a qualified, experienced team is vitally important to the future safety of your business. Everon’s highly trained technicians can install your suppression system and provide ongoing system support as required.
Regular inspections by trained safety specialists can ensure that your fire and life safety systems remain in compliance, in peak operating condition, and capable of protecting your people and facilities in an emergency. We can provide necessary reports and documentation required for compliance with local regulations.
Our nationwide network of local, trained Everon technicians can provide testing, inspections, and maintenance at your facility to help ensure your system is set up properly and running smoothly.
Our UL Certified redundant supervising central monitoring stations can provide real-time live fire alarm and sprinkler monitoring services for advanced protection against fire and threats to your business, business continuity, and life safety.
Multi-layered Fire Alarm and Suppression Systems
Fires can happen anytime, anywhere. Protect your business with a comprehensive, code-compliant fire safety solution designed, installed, inspected, and maintained by the professionals at Everon.
Seconds can be critical in a fire or other life-threatening emergency, and an effective fire alarm system—either standalone or networked—must react quickly to the warning signs and immediately alert personnel throughout the building.