Arkansas Fire Protection Services
Protecting life and property is mission-critical for any business and requires a fundamental trust in the systems you have in place. If your business or organization is located in Little Rock and the surrounding Arkansas area, you need reliable and professional fire protection safety measures to protect your employees, assets, and structure.
At State Systems Inc., we have a long-standing tradition of providing the fire protection equipment, training, and services that businesses throughout the state of Arkansas have come to depend on. Our team is committed to protecting not only your business investments, but also your very life with top-of-the-line fire protection solutions, including installation, design, replacement, and inspection of:
- Fire sprinkler systems
- Fire extinguishers
- Fire suppression systems
- Emergency and exit lighting
- And more
Fire Sprinkler Systems in Arkansas
No matter how you spin it, one thing is certain—fire sprinklers save lives and property. A properly installed and tested fire sprinkler system can protect your building 24/7 and work instantly to suppress a fire that breaks out—whether it is during a conference meeting or in the middle of a weekend when no one is around to respond.
At State Systems Inc., we help your fire sprinklers do their job by providing all necessary fire sprinkler services—including installation, design, inspection, testing, and repair for all types of fire sprinkler systems, including:
- Wet pipe
- Dry pipe
If your Arkansas property requires, we can also inspect and test fire pumps, standpipes, and fire hydrants.
Fire sprinkler systems are often a necessary safety feature of your building structure—whether you work with Arkansas State University or one of the many manufacturing, agricultural, or medicinal companies that calls your state home. Contact us online for an estimate on a fire sprinkler system today!
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Arkansas Fire Extinguishers
A fire extinguisher can be your most valuable resource when a fire breaks out, if it is well-maintained and regularly inspected. When a fire breaks out in your office space, an employee attempting to use a malfunctioning or un-charged fire extinguisher may be worse than not having extinguishers in your facility.
At State Systems Inc., we can help make sure your fire extinguishers are always available, charged, and ready to keep you safe at a moment’s notice. You may not be able to plan for a fire, but you can plan to protect your and your coworkers from one.
We take care of fire extinguishers throughout the Natural State, with services ranging from fire extinguisher sales and installation to repair, recharge, and replacement. We sell fire extinguishers from most of the top manufacturers, including:
Once your fire extinguishers are installed, it’s even more important that your employees know how to use them. We also provide fire extinguisher training—including virtual reality fire training—throughout Arkansas, so your employees and colleagues will know exactly what to do in the event of a fire emergency in your building.
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Arkansas Fire Suppression Systems
Waterless fire suppression systems are designed to protect areas where the water from a fire sprinkler system can do more damage than an actual fire—these systems are often installed to protect computer rooms, data centers, and archives. State Systems Inc. is a licensed clean agent FM-200 and CO2 recharging station and we employ NICET designers and technicians to help protect your AR company with design, installation, and regular inspection of your system.
Our professional fire protection technicians are responsible for fire suppression services and kitchen fire suppression systems in over 40 Wal-Mart locations throughout the Mid-South area, including locations throughout Arkansas.
We are an authorized suppression systems distributor of:
- Kidde Fire Systems
- Pyro-Chem (Tyco Safety Products)
- Fenwal Industrial Explosion Protection Systems
For your convenience, we can design, install, inspect, and repair your fire suppression systems on location. We go above and beyond the standard NFPA regulations for annual inspection and offer an additional monthly fire extinguisher inspection for our customers. We are also a hydrostatic test facility licensed by the DOT, meaning we’re qualified to test the integrity of your fire protection systems and make recommendations if you need to replace your equipment. We perform semi-annual maintenance for both stationary and vehicle suppression systems in accordance with NFPA standards.
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Emergency Lighting Services in Arkansas
Exit and emergency lighting can help you and your employees reach safety in the event of an emergency or disaster—including but not limited to a fire. Professional design and installation of a thorough evacuation route from every area of your building is crucial in addition to the regular inspection of these devices.
We have the experience and expertise to ensure your exit and emergency lights are working properly when you need those most. In fact, we provide emergency and exit lighting inspections and services to several Goodwill locations throughout Arkansas.
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Where We Service in Arkansas
We can provide fire protection services—including sprinklers, suppression systems, extinguishers, emergency lighting, and inspections—throughout all of Arkansas. While we serve areas of Tennessee and Mississippi as well, we can schedule an appointment at your AR location in:
- Little Rock and the surrounding area
- West Memphis
- Crittenden County: Anthonyville, Clarkedale, Crawfordsville, Earle, Edmondson, Gilmore, Horseshoe Lake, Jennette, Jericho, Sunset, and Turrell
At State Systems Inc., we help you protect life and property—contact us today to schedule an estimate or inspection!
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