There are tons of Southern California fire suppression companies out there, so weeding out the ones that won’t be good for you and your business can seem like a hectic task. Luckily because there are so many, that means that each one has the opportunity to specialize in certain tasks and services, making it easier for you to find what you’re looking for once you know how to ask the right questions. Here are several things to ask a Southern California fire suppression company like Capstone fire when you’re looking to hire their services.
What kinds of services do you offer?
This one seems obvious to ask, but you’d be surprised to find out that a lot of people don’t. We like when customers ask this question because it gives us a chance to explain to them exactly what it is that we specialize in (though we would have likely told you anyway). For business owners that are specifically looking for kitchen fire safety, a fire suppression company that specializes in wildfires probably won’t be the best option for you. This is why it’s important to ask this question.
Ask about the individual workers.
Not only should you find out about the experience and certifications that the business has, but you should do so with the individual workers that would be working onsite with you should you hire the company. This is really important, because while a business could be decades old, it’s only as good as the workers that represent it when it comes to fire suppression.
Can they share their other clients?
This will help give you a sense of what sorts of clients the company already works with and what their services can do. Generally, you want to work with a company that works with similar clients to yourself because then you can trust that the company is experienced in working with the needs you might have.
What sorts of certifications do they have?
There are three types of certifications that most fire suppression companies will have. These certifications are from places like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED), or the Fire Suppression Systems Association (FSSA). Each of these certifications are easily obtained by legitimate and trustworthy fire suppression companies.
Don’t be afraid to ask for this information or for any other related information that might help you make a decision on which fire suppression company to hire. Your choice is important, so making sure that you’ve made a choice that makes you feel safe and secure is important to us.