As an investor, wouldn’t it be foolish to allow your property to go unchecked for fire and smoke penetration, even though it may be new, or perhaps several years old? Regardless, new construction does not guarantee that your investment has no breaches when it comes to fire or smoke safety. KM Facility Services realize that with spring construction comes fire and smoke penetration sealing, and they are the ones that people call in Arizona to get the job done right the first time!
Prevention Saves Money and Lives
Fire and smoke penetration sealing saves money and lives, as it prevents the fire from spreading throughout your complex, commercial building or establishment, allowing for staff and customers and other personnel to evacuate in time. You can read the newspaper headlines from every major city in America where fire and smoke penetration services were ignored and add up the catastrophes that left a trail of expensive rebuilds and deaths. In Arizona, fire and smoke penetration is required by law, and that is why KM Facility Services can ensure the integrity and safety of the building in accordance with AS1530 Part 4.
Resistance Rated Walls Can Be at Risks without Fire and Smoke Stopping Services
Nobody wants to experience fire or smoke damage from affecting their bottom line. Not only is a spreading fire dangerous, but your company can be at risks for legal fees if you have ignored fire stopping services by a licensed provider. Resistance rated walls become a target when cabling or other utility installations leave behind holes and crevices that create dangerous outlets for fire and smoke to spread. One time inspections don’t cut it, as fire and smoke penetration sealing is an ongoing maintenance requirement needed for the life of the building.
If you need commercial fire and smoke penetration sealing services performed to code and compliant with Arizona’s high standards, then you need to contact KM Facility Services of Arizona at (623) 930-5490. We service businesses within Arizona, including the Phoenix and Tucson areas.