Restaurant Hood Suppression Systems

Many businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania rely on costly electrical, technology, kitchen, or manufacturing equipment to be successful. Being forced to replace these items or temporarily shutdown is not something many are financially prepared to handle. It is even more devastating when there are steps you can take to protect your most valuable assets from fire destruction.

What is a Restaurant Hood Suppression Systems?

Restaurant Hood Suppression Systems are designed to automatically turn on and minimize damage to your most precious assets like kitchen equipment, machines, and computers. Depending on which type you install, fire suppression systems use a combination of dry and wet agents to extinguish a fire.

Why You Need a Restaurant Hood Suppression Systems

Fire damage to your commercial equipment or property can be detrimental to your financial well-being and reputation. Installing and maintaining a quality system improves your reaction time when a fire occurs even during off hours. Since fire compression systems are automated, it is easier for a fire to be contained and less likely it will spread to other areas in your building which decreases the following:

  • Extensive Property Damage
  • Total Building Destruction
  • Fire-Related Injuries or Deaths
  • Failure to Meet Customer Demands
  • Permanent Business Closure

Installing a Restaurant Hood Suppression Systems

Fire suppression is a critical component of any good fire prevention program. Installing a fire suppression system may sound costly or time-consuming. Most installations only require one business day. When you compare the benefits above to actual costs and time-invested, you will find it is an affordable solution.

Westminster Fire Extinguisher Services, Inc., works with a variety of fire suppression system manufacturers to deliver quality systems our customers can count on when it matters most. We take a 360-degree approach to delivering a customized fire prevention solution that includes pre-engineered fire suppression systems, fire extinguishers, and a maintenance/inspection plan.