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Fire Sprinkler System Contractor, New Jersey

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What do I need to know about Fire Sprinkler Contractors in New Jersey?

Many of our buildings in New Jersey are older wood frame and the interiors of many brick facilities are constructed with wood and other flammables. In addition to the obvious personal safety advantage of state-of-the-art fire prevention products, insurance discounts are possible. Ask your insurance agent.

Learn about issues regarding fire safety from New Jersey DCA Division of Fire Safety.

No fire protection contractor in the State of New Jersey shall engage in the installation, service, repair, inspection or maintenance of fire protection equipment without holding, or employing a person who holds, a certificate of certification. Verify license at New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs.

Effective July 01 2003 no Contractor can engage in any fire protection installation , repair, maintenance or testing of fire protection equipment without a business permit issued by the division of fire safety in the department of community affairs.

What Are the Different Kinds of Fire Sprinkler Systems?

There are a number of different Fire Sprinkler Systems but the main categories used in multi-unit housing, office buildings and single family houses are Wet Pipe the most common and typically most reliable - and Dry-Pipe usually employed where temperature reaches very cold temperatures, i.e. unheated facilities.

Make sure your New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Contractors Insurance is Current.

Be protected from injury, death and property damage liability. Fire Sprinkler work is important - property managers, landlords and homeowners should verify insurance. Talk to your Insurance Agent about what you need to require from your New Jersey contractor.

The law requires that all New Jersey employers, not covered by Federal programs, have Workers Compensation coverage or be approved for self-insurance. Call 609-292-2515 or visit New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development to confirm Workers Compensation.

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