Valley Fire Protection Systems is pleased to announce that it has been selected to design and install complete fire protection systems in a massive new tire distribution facility being built in Wilmington, IL.
Knowing how to use fire protection equipment correctly can save lives. We’ve organized sessions for our clients teaching them how to properly use fire extinguishers to protect themselves.
The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) presented Valley Fire Protection Systems with its prestigious 2014 Community Service Award during its tenth annual PREMIER Awards at Chicago’s historic Drake Hotel on March 7. The Community Service Award recognizes an organization that has provided outstanding contributions to the community they serve and enhanced the reputation of the real estate industry.
Our inspectors received Diesel fire pump & controller training. What to look for on an inspection, what maintenance and service needs to be performed on diesel fire pumps and what the standard operating procedures are for diesel fire pumps.
Valley Fire employees put their time to good use on Friday, June 21st, helping distribute groceries to families in need and educating the community on the location of other local food pantries. One of Valley’s nationwide clients closes their doors one day out of every...
One month is all it takes for Clarendon Hills Firehouse to be retrofitted with fire sprinklers. When Clarendon Hills Fire Chief Brian Leahy and Fire Prevention Officer David Godek decided it was time to retrofit their fire station with fire sprinklers and set an...
Merrillville, Indiana - Feb. 9, 2013 Valley Fire Protection Systems, LLC has opened an Indiana branch in order to better serve our customers. The address is 8635 Louisiana Place in Merrillville, Indiana This branch will be led by industry veteran Pat Kistler. Pat has...
Water-based fire protection systems stand between you and major tragedies, including loss of life and destruction of your property. Yet these same systems can also pose the risk of accidental discharge that can damage valuable works of art, documents, computer systems and other important, even irreplaceable, assets.
ou work diligently to protect your building from fire. You install a quality sprinkler system with state-of-the art piping and heads. You conduct regular inspections. Then a fire breaks out and your system fails. The tiny, but very aggressive cause may be hidden inside your pipes: bacterial microorganisms that cause corrosion known as Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion.
If the proper precautionary measures are not taken, backflow can pose a serious threat to public health. There are numerous documented cases of contaminants invading the public drinking water through cross connection/backflow problems, causing illness, diseases, and even death.
MIC causing bacteria seem to be everywhere. It has recently been reported that, evidence of their presence and by-products are even seen on Mars. It is now known that MIC causing bacteria are present, to some degree, in almost all of our potable and municipal water supplies. It is a worldwide problem & the effects are experienced and paid for by all of us, in many ways.
Automatic fire sprinkler systems are an absolute lifesaver. But like all mechanical equipment, these systems must be maintained in order to provide maximum protection to structures, the contents of these structures and — most importantly —their occupants.
One of the most critical decisions to be made by a building owner or property manager is the hiring of a skilled, qualified fire protection contractor. If the sprinkler system fails to adequately suppress a fire, the results can be devastating, beginning with the loss of human life.
Valley Fire, the industry leader in commercial fire suppression systems, is pleased to announce the expansion of its service offerings with the launch of its Emergency Plumbing division. This new service will ensure that Valley Fire clients can rely on a single...
Long term care facilities such as nursing homes across America will, for the first time, have to protect their residents by installing sprinkler systems throughout their buildings if they wish to continue to serve Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, under a new...