Vancouver’s Trusted Fire Sprinkler Specialists

Protecting your building or home from fires is an essential, yet often overlooked, part of regular home and business maintenance. Many house and business owners underestimate the impact that a sudden fire can have on their lives. However, there are several steps you can take to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected. Team up with Vanport Mechanical & Fire Sprinklers, Inc., your local fire sprinkler specialists in Vancouver, Washington.

Learn About Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems

One of the best ways to ensure your home or business is protected from the devastating losses caused by fire, is by investing in an automatic fire sprinkler system. Automatic sprinkler systems sense the presence of fire, and then release water to smother flames in any room quickly and effectively. These convenient systems can help to minimize costs associated with property loss and flame or smoke damage.

Are you looking for a fire sprinkler system tailored to suit your exact needs? Consult our specialists and start exploring your options. Our technicians specialize in designing and installing custom sprinkler systems for buildings of all shapes and sizes. Let us help you protect what matters most. We will be your partner every step of the way, including providing you with excellent maintenance services.

Useful Resources

Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC): Formed in 1996, the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition exists as a resource on fire sprinkler protection for families and businesses alike.

Operation Life Safety (OLS): The Residential Fire Safety Institute (RFSI) is a public interest group created in 1982 to promote fire-safe homes through built-in fire protection and fire safety education. The U.S. has one of the worst records for residential fire deaths in the industrialized world. Residential fires account for 80 percent of all fire deaths. The RFSI seeks to reduce that number through public awareness.

American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA): This nonprofit seeks to represent the automatic fire sprinkler industry, offering education and training for contractors, yearly conventions and exhibitions, monthly magazines, and technical information.

Camas: The Camas Fire Department provides both fire and emergency medical services to local citizens. CFD personnel also provide emergency medical services to citizens outside the Camas city limits, along with mutual aid fire protection to neighboring departments.

International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC): The IAFC develops projects intended to enhance the fire service’s ability to support the National Response Plan and implement concepts presented in the National Incident Management System. The first project, the National Fire Service Mutual Aid System (IMAS), seeks to provide intrastate mutual aid.

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA): This international nonprofit’s mission is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other threats to quality of life by creating and advocating consensus codes, standards, research, training, and education. NFPA membership totals more than 79,000 individuals around the world and more than 80 national trade and professional organizations.

City of Vancouver Fire Department: The Vancouver Fire Department’s website goes beyond firefighting, emergency medical services , and rescue to serve as a source of information on safety and prevention, kid-friendly education, job and volunteer information, news, and answers to common questions.

Clark County Fire Information: The Fire Marshall’s office helps to protect the lives and properties of county residents by reducing the risk of fire, explosions, release of hazardous materials, natural disasters, and other incidents.

City of Portland Fire Department: The Portland Fire Department’s website includes weekly safety tips, as well as information about fire code and inspection inquiries, business safety training, classes, tours, meeting rooms, contact information, permits and forms, and graffiti removal kits.

Networked Resources for Fire Protection (NAFED): NAFED is a trade association started in 1963 by a small number of fire equipment distributors. It has grown to represent more than 1,000 fire equipment distributors, suppliers, and affiliates.

National Safety Council: The National Safety Council is a nonprofit, nongovernmental international public service organization dedicated to protecting life and promoting health. The NSC is a membership organization, founded in 1913 and chartered by the U.S. Congress in 1953. Members include more than 48,000 businesses, labor organizations, schools, public agencies, private groups, and individuals.

Contact our fire sprinkler specialists to start designing a custom system for your home or business.