What is Considered a Fire Suppression System?
Fire suppression insurance encompasses a wide range of different risks. Fire damage, especially in the result of improper fire suppression installation or in the event of malfunctions is generally covered.
For those with businesses that require fire suppression systems, it is often necessary to have these pieces of equipment covered as well. Central Insurance Agency can help find the best policies for you, with specialties across a variety of coverages, CIA’s specialists will be able to help you with all of your insurance needs.
Fire suppression systems are, in short, systems that help keep fire at bay, either completely, or, in cases of large fires, enough to allow a proper response from fire departments. Below you can find what is generally considered fire suppression systems:
Fire Sprinkler Systems: Fire sprinkler systems are not necessarily water-spraying. They can be a foam-water sprinkler system, and have various different types of suppression tools at their disposal.
Chemical Agent Systems: Chemical agents are another method of fire suppression and can be triggered automatically just like fire sprinkler systems. They typically vary between dry and wet chemicals.
Gaseous Fire Suppression: Gaseous fire systems utilize inert gases and other chemical agents to extinguish fires.
These fire suppression systems typically combine various fire suppression tools in order to best keep property safe. It is important to familiarize yourself, as a business or home owner, with the options available to you in order to find the best equipment possible.
The same goes for fire suppression insurance. Central Insurance Agency can help you find the best policies depending on your fire suppression insurance needs. Get yourself a free quote today to learn more.