Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) March 21, 2012 -- Along with the support of the industry's largest and most powerful bonding company, AFPS distinguishes itself as an industry leader for Fire Sprinkler Systems in Los Angeles, which services and maintains fire sprinkler systems according to Title 19 requirements. Consumers can get additional information about the necessity of selecting, installing and maintaining sprinklers at [http://www.americanfireinc.com/firesprinklerR/index/html].
"We collaborate with local fire departments so our sprinkler services and equipment always meet or exceed all state and local standards. In fact, AFPS has a team of talented technicians who operate fully equipped service vehicles and are available for 24-hour, on-call emergency service for Fire Sprinkler Repairs in Los Angeles. Our commitment to public safety is at center of giving residences, office complexes and commercial buildings the one investment that can mean the difference between life and death: a properly installed and maintained fire sprinkler system. This equipment can minimize the risk of fire damage and save lives. Also, we are the preferred resource for clients who want to make fire safety their top priority," says Simon Farahdel, Director of Business Development for AFPS.
About American Fire Protection Systems, Inc.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, American Fire Protection Systems (AFPS), Inc. provides a full array of fire protection products and services. With over 100 years of combined experience, the professionals at AFPS develop customized solutions for residential homeowners and commercial clients throughout Los Angeles. This level of expertise allows AFPS to evaluate, design, install and maintain Fire Sprinkler Systems. AFPS is led by Simon Farahdel, a graduate of UCLA and an honoree in the 2011 edition of "Who's Who Among Executives and Professionals." He is a published columnist and featured guest in the Los Angeles Business Journal, Santa Monica Mirror and Realty Times. He also served as an expert consultant to the California's Contractors State License Board, which updated the Fire Protection examination and wrote many of the new codes used by the National Fire Protection Associate (NFPA) and by C-16 Fire Protection Contractors. For more information about the company, please go to http://www.AmericanFireInc.com