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Fire Services

CrestPoint Fire Services wants to protect your assets. Every commercial business owner needs to minimize risks against their assets. The best way to do this is to have a fire protection system in place. Once it is in place, you need to make sure it continues to work the way it should. One way to do that is to have the proper fire sprinkler system inspection completed on a routine basis.


Comprehensive Fire Protection Services

At CrestPoint Fire Services, we offer a comprehensive suite of services to ensure the safety and functionality of your fire protection systems. Our expertise includes the installation, maintenance, and testing of Kitchen Fire Suppression Systems and Paint Booth Fire Suppression Systems, crucial for safeguarding specific high-risk areas. We provide backflow preventer installation, service, and maintenance to protect your potable water system's integrity, and CO2 refills to ensure your fire extinguishers are always ready for action. Our services extend to emergency and exit lighting, essential for safe evacuation during emergencies. We handle fire pump installation, service, and maintenance to guarantee optimal water pressure for your sprinkler systems. We also specialize in the installation, maintenance, and testing of various Fire Sprinkler Systems, including wet, dry, antifreeze, pre-action, and deluge systems. Additionally, we conduct standpipe testing and fire hydrant flushing and flow testing to ensure reliable water sources for fire suppression. Lastly, our fire equipment asset management services help you keep track of and maintain all your fire safety equipment, ensuring compliance and readiness at all times.

Make Sure You're Protected

Life can be uncertain, but with CrestPoint Fire Services, we have you covered 24 hours a day. Trust us with your fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems to make sure you are protected. We offer services covering fire protection systems for businesses, schools, hospitals, healthcare facilities and state and federal government facilities.

Fire Extinguisher Types

We know that safety is paramount. That's why we offer a range of top quality fire extinguishers to meet all your needs. Our dedicated team of experts is always available to provide you with the guidance and advice you need to make the right choice for your facilities.


These come in a variety of types and are suitable for a combination of classes A, B and C fires. They are filled with foam or powder and pressurized with nitrogen.


This is the regular type of dry chemical extinguisher. It is filled with sodium bicarbonate or potassium bicarbonate. The BC variety leaves a mildly corrosive residue that must be cleaned immediately to prevent any damage to materials.


Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Extinguishers are used for class B and C fires. CO2 extinguishers contain carbon dioxide, a non-flammable gas, and are highly pressurized. The pressure is so great that it is not uncommon for bits of dry ice to shoot out the nozzle. They don't work very well on class A fires because they may not be able to displace enough oxygen to put the fire out, causing it to re-ignite.

CO2 extinguishers have an advantage over dry chemical extinguishers since they don't leave harmful residue. It is a good choice for an electrical fire such as in a server room, on a computer or other electronic devices such as entertainment units.


These are similar to the CO2 extinguishers. A Clean Agent extinguisher is a stored liquid under pressure that turns to gas when discharged into the air. Clean Agent is effective on Class B and C fires which include gasoline, oil, propane, and butane. 

 Clean Agent was created to be an environmentally friendly alternative and is safe to use on delicate electronic equipment. This agent does not leave residue and can also be effective on electrical fires due to it not being a conductor. 


This is the multipurpose dry chemical extinguisher. The ABC type is filled with monoammonium phosphate, a yellow powder that leaves a sticky residue that may be damaging to electrical appliances such as computers. Dry chemical extinguishers have an advantage over CO2 extinguishers since they leave a non-flammable substance on the extinguished material, reducing the likelihood of re-ignition.


Class D fire extinguishers are commonly found in chemical laboratories and industrial settings. They are for fires that involve combustible metals, such as magnesium, titanium, potassium, and sodium. These types of extinguishers also have no numerical rating, nor are they given a multi-purpose rating - they are designed for class D fires only. This is due to the materials burning at high temperatures and will react violently with water, air, carbon dioxide, and other chemicals. 


Class K fire extinguishers are used mostly in kitchens and cooking areas. These extinguishers work on fires that involve vegetable oils, animal oils, or fats in cooking appliances. The combination of alkaline mixture and fatty acid creates a soapy foam on the surface that holds in the vapors and steam to put out the fire.

We offer all of our inspection and maintenance services to businesses seeking to stay within State-mandated guidelines for fire safety systems management. We’re ready to be your long-term partner in ensuring your systems are maintained to the fullest and critically operational if and when you need them.


For more information about our service capabilities or to schedule an appointment for us to inspect and service your facilities and suppression systems, please call 925-828-6005 today.

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