FIRE ALARM INSTALLATION, INSPECTION, AND SAFETY SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

Your building’s fire alarms and smoke detectors act as the first notification of a potentially hazardous workplace situation. If you lack any component of a fully functioning and reliable office safety system — including heat detectors, smoke detectors, and fire alarms — you’re putting countless lives at risk — including the lives of your workers, patrons, and yourself.

It’s critically important that you and your company, from employees to clients to inventory, can safely remain on and frequent your commercial property without ever having to confront the risk of fire. Our teams of fire safety inspectors and workplace protection specialists work diligently and tirelessly to install, inspect, repair, and maintain a wide spectrum of fire detection equipment and software products. From NFPA fire code requirements to all-encompassing OSHA-compliant fire protection systems, we have decades of combined experience in protecting and maintaining safety on hundreds of commercial and industrial sites in Houston. No matter the size of your business or the scope of your fire safety service needs, MLN Fire Protection has the expertise and industry-specific knowledge that your commercial enterprise’s workers and clients can trust.

When It Comes To Fire Prevention, Your Safety Always Comes First!

Personal safety should always take precedence over all other elements of building fire prevention service and maintenance. After all, if a commercial building’s safety inspector happens to find themself in harm’s way, there’s no possible way to protect all the other persons on the business site.

That’s why here at MLN, our Houston team of fire prevention specialists always places the utmost importance on ensuring that everything we do will keep your tenants, staff, clients, and visitors safe from any possible fires, heat hazards, or harmful smoke pollution. The installation and maintenance of your fire alarms, heat detectors, and smoke detectors are arguably the most important step any workplace safety manager can take towards complete peace of mind, not just for you, but for every person who walks through the front doors of your local business.