Effective fire protection for automotive spray paint booths, prep stations and paint mix rooms is essential to the overall risk management plan of any automotive repair facility. They require special fixed automatic fire suppression systems, which, due to the expanding variety and increasing complexity of automotive spray booth technologies, must be a customized installation designed to suit any given booth design and the field conditions at the automotive shop.
Fortunately, in addition to years of experience and hundreds of these special type installations under our belt, Allstate Fire Midwest is an authorized distributor and installer for no less than three major manufacturers (the major three, in fact) who specialize in these applications. Thus, we are able to offer options and find the best “fit” system for your unique application.
Fire safety is our business. Whether your hospital, nursing home, assisted living or rehabilitation facility requires a new life safety system to meet specific code requirements or your existing systems need upgrading, inspection, testing or service, Allstate Fire Midwest can assist you. Our service technicians are factory trained and certified by the top system manufacturers. Combining all service inspection services required we are easily able to maintain continuity of service and keep you in compliance with ADA, NFPA, IDPH and municipal code requirements.
With the growing complexity of regulatory requirements and ongoing scrutiny of health care and related facilities, health care administrators need as many worry-free vendors as they can get. This is why they consistently choose Allstate Fire Midwest.
Lean manufacturing and just-in-time inventory practices make today’s manufacturing operations exceptionally intolerant to unplanned outages. Fortunately, as authorized distributors for Ansul, PyroChem, Kidde and Janus fire suppression systems, Allstate Fire Midwest has the resources and access to design and install state of the art fire suppression systems to protect your most critical production machinery.
Whether it is a dry chemical system for a hazardous material storage area, a clean agent system for a server room or anything in-between, we have the right fire suppressant agent and system to help you keep your operations humming.
In addition to fixed automatic fire suppression systems for kitchens and computer rooms, commercial properties have fire extinguishers, emergency lighting units, exit signs, building fire alarm and security systems as well as card access systems. Fire and life safety equipment and systems have code specified inspection and maintenance cycles that must be met in a timely fashion and performed in a professional manner. Failure to keep the schedule could literally become a matter of life or death for building occupants. It is not enough that Allstate Fire exceeds expectations in the performance of the work at hand.
Whether you manage one local store or a national chain, you need an expert to protect the lives and safety of your retail employees and customers. Allstate Fire Midwest offers decades of experience installing and servicing every major brand of fire suppression systems and extinguishers.
Our entire team is up to date on the latest regulations and guidelines regarding service and inspection of life safety equipment. We work hard to stay informed about new regulations so that you don’t have to.
Talk to us about our preferred customer service plans and state of the art digital service software with detailed record-keeping that take the stress out of equipment maintenance, service, and code compliance.
The Allstate Fire Midwest team understands the unique challenges of providing fire and life safety in hospitality environments. Our technicians keep up to date on local and national regulations, taking the stress out of your site maintenance.
We bring decades of experience to every hospitality project, from installing fire suppression systems to performing required maintenance, service and inspections. Whether your business is a small hotel or a large national chain, every one of our technicians has received the required factory training to service your equipment.
Contact us today for a complimentary and confidential safety, risk, and compliance analysis and see how you can decrease risk and better protect your customers and employees.