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Frequently Asked Questions

Our proficient team of certified fire protection technicians and professionals at Foothill Fire Protection are at the forefront of fire safety technology and practices. We specialize in comprehensive inspection, installation, maintenance, and servicing of fire protection systems, including fire sprinklers, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, and offer 24/7 emergency repair service for your fire protection equipment.

To assist you in understanding more about our services and fire protection, we’ve curated a list of frequently asked questions below. Browse through these to get a deeper insight into our approach to fire safety and how we can assist you in safeguarding your property.

Contact us today at (916) 663-3582 for a consultation with our fire safety specialists.

Keep Your Business Safe

No, only the fire sprinkler closest to the fire will operate. They are activated by heat and neither smoke or a smoke alarm will cause the sprinklers to activate.

No, sprinklers are activated by heat only.

Not if you hire a quality fire sprinkler contractor like Foothill Fire Protection, Inc.

Fire alarm systems are important because they are able to alert you no matter where you are or what you are doing of something that could possibly be fatal. They are able to protect you and your family during an emergency by alerting you right away of a potential fire. This can minimize property damage and loss, saving you in the long run. Most residential fires happen at night and over half happen in homes without a fire alarm installed properly. This is a precaution every family needs to ensure to take to protect not only their investment but also their loved ones.

No, only the fire sprinkler closest to the fire will operate. They are activated by heat and neither smoke or a smoke alarm will cause the sprinklers to activate.

Yes, as of January 2011, any new residentially occupied structure requires fire sprinklers.

Come in, give us a plan, and we will give you a free quote!

Since fire extinguishers sit unused the majority of the time, it can be hard to know if they are going to be dependable in your time of need. While you may be able to perform small checks yourself, it’s always important to have them inspected once a year by a professional. Every six years, your fire extinguishers will actually need to be subject to a complete internal inspection. To speak with someone on our team about getting your fire extinguishers inspected, contact our office online or call us at (916) 663-3582.

What Our Clients Are Saying

I was actually able to get a company out of Sacramento to come today (Saturday) because waiting until the 19th was too far off and they were willing to make the trip up here the day after contacting them,...

-Lisa G.

Had a leaking sprinkler head in my bedroom and had to turn off house water due to too much mess. Called a few other local businesses only to find out they don’t do residential, found foothill fire prote...

-Redline M, Roseville

I work in commercial property management, and let me tell you this: My owner is particular in the vendors we use for our many properties. They have to work hard, follow through, communicate effectively, s...

-Amanda S, Sacramento

If I could give more than 5 stars, I would. Today was my move-in date at my newly purchased condo. As the movers were packing up my things to bring over, an electrical fire started at the new home. Needle...

-Jennifer M, Lincoln

I’ve had the pleasure of having Scott come to my home twice now under a not so good circumstance but he’s such a terrific guy that his visit almost makes it worth it. (I said almost, Scott) Anyways, S...

-Bridget H, Auburn

Why Choose Foothill Fire?

Maintain Safety

Through our progressive safety programs and techniques, we continuously raise the bar.

Finish On Time

Our principles are... be on time, be safe, be on a budget, and meet the clients’ needs.

Stay On Budget

We operate on the dictum that time is money, and time lost is money lost!

Meet Client Needs

We understand the value of a relationship, whether you’re a developer, owner, builder, or property manager.