NYC Fire Extinguisher Inspection Service Helps Building Owners Avoid Violations

NYC certified fire extinguisher inspection and sales service announces the continued availability of their fire extinguisher services including sales, inspections and violation removal which are available by calling in and getting a Free quote or estimate. More information can be found at http://www.anjfire.com.

Brooklyn, United States - October 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Customers looking for an exceptional fire extinguisher service company are now able to get instant estimates for fire extinguisher inspections by NYC certified A&J Fire Extinguisher company.

Jack Shammah, Owner of A&J Fire Eextinguisher has just released more in depth details of the different types of fire extinguisher services carried out by A&J.

For more details and information about A&J Fire Extinguisher inspection and sales services please visit http://www.anjfire.com.

Fire extinguisher inspections appeal specifically to commercial property and building owners and includes:

Inspections For Fire Extinguishers – This is a necessary service since it will help owners of buildings and commercial properties comply with the latest NYC fire codes and laws in accordance to NFPA’s inspection schedule. Owners who routinely get fire extinguisher inspection appreciate this service because it helps them avoid hefty penalties and fines from the FDNY Fire Department.

Fire Extinguisher Sales – A&J is a certified fire extinguisher service which ensures the servicing and ispection of all fire protection and safety products are done correctly and within New York City code guidelines. Building and property owners can discuss with A&J which fire extinguishers are right for there property as there are many different types and variations.

NYC Violations Removal – This service includes compliance with NYC fire extinguisher guidelines set forth by NYC officials. This particular service will make sure building owners do not receive any surprise bills from the city or state. This is great news for owners. Although for those already in violation, A&J helps to clear up and remove any violations put forth against commercial properties.

Jack Shammah, when asked about fire extinguisher inspection said:

“A&J is a very reputable service you can trust. Our guys really know the ins and outs of fire protection and extinguisher safety.”

A&J is a certified fire extinguisher service. Jack Shammah further stated “this service actually helps protect people and possibly save lives. So our priority is making sure the job gets done right.”

Contact Info:
Name: Jack Shammah
Organization: A&J Fire Extinguisher
Address: 265 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States
Phone: +1-718-852-2762

For more information, please visit http://www.anjfire.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 249809

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