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Efficient Sprinkler and Fire Alarm Systems More Vital than Ever in Face of Drought and Likely Economic Damage

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The experienced approach of Fire Protection Inc. can save businesses millions

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fire Protection Group, Inc. is experiencing an increase in interest in fire alarm systems and other key anti-fire systems; it's easy to see why. Despite a light storm earlier this month, news reports continue to mount of the worst California drought since 1977 – as well as the potential damage to the state's economy. Whether or not your home or business is in an area likely to be struck by a large brush fire like the one last month in Glendora, you want to make sure your property is protected by the correct alarm and fire sprinkler systems, installed as efficiently as possible. While making extra-sure your fire sprinkler inspection regimen meets and exceeds all legal mandates makes a great deal of sense right now, it's an even better step if you're working with a company known for its thoughtful, cost saving approach.

While fire danger might be at a high, a tough economy exacerbated by potential damage to such crucial California industries as agriculture and tourism also means that companies need to watch costs carefully. While impacted businesses such as ski resorts in mountain communities and Santa Barbara-area wineries might seem highly specific, big losses in these and other fields could have a state-wide effect. Of course, protecting lives and property from fire is one of the smartest business decisions any company can make at any time. Doing so with maximum efficiency through Fire Protection Group, Inc. is, however, even smarter.

Fire Protection Group, Inc. lead engineer and general manager George Saadian has helped countless companies to achieve maximum fire safety and code compliance while keeping costs under control. He has personally assisted in the revision of many of the codes currently held in place by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association). This puts him in a uniquely advantageous position when it comes to helping businesses comply with all legally mandated requirements in the most cost-effective manner possible.

Augmenting the FPG, Inc. team are two long-time veterans of the Los Angele Fire Department. Former LAFD Chief Al Hernandez led the department's Fire Prevention Bureau. His knowledge and skill have helped numerous businesses save both time and money on their most important fire protection projects. A former head of the department's construction services department, Captain Bob Holloway, is another noted LAFD alumnus who has brought his massive, in-depth knowledge and experience as a fire department professional to bear on behalf of FPG, Inc. clients.  

To learn more about how Fire Protection Group, Inc. can help you protect a business or residential property in the most cost effective manner possible, please call 888-251-3488 or visit www.firesprinkler.com. The FPG, Inc. staff looks forward to hearing from you. The call you make could be the single most important of your professional life.

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