A&J Fire Extinguisher, a leading Brooklyn, New York-based fire extinguisher inspection and supplier company providing products and services for all of NYC’s fire protection needs, has become known for its assistance with NYC FDNY code violation removal for customers of all kinds. Technicians working for A&J are on-call to remedy a variety of violation types, while a state-of-the-art reporting program enables the company – and its clients – to comply with all local AHJ’s (authorities having jurisdiction).
A&J Fire Extinguisher can be reached by calling (718) 852-2762 or for more information visit http://www.anjfire.com.
“Businesses, warehouses, restaurants and construction sites are some of the more heavily-scrutinized places when it comes to fire safety in New York City, and we ensure our clients maintain fire code compliance without facing insurance violations,” says Jack Shammah, owner of A&J Fire Extinguisher. “We understand that it’s crucial that a violation is taken care of quickly when they are administered and to obtain a certificate of fitness after meeting fire code compliance; this is a big reason we work directly with building management companies, property managers, landlords and government housing agencies to bolster proper fire code compliance.
“Many times, these violations can be removed with same-day turnaround – and that’s the A&J difference.”
A&J’s advanced fire extinguisher inspection software automatically notifies company reps when a client is due for an inspection, complementing the bleeding-edge reporting system that complies with all local authorities having jurisdiction.
In addition to code violation removal, A&J Fire also provide services for inspections, tagging, recharge, refills, extinguisher sales and testing.
Property owners in need of this type of service would be most likely require services to outfit a new construction building, or update existing fire protection equipment. A&J Fire will make sure all fire protection equipment on premise will undergo routine maintenance as mandated by the NFPA.
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