Sprinkler systems are the most effective way of protecting your building from the ravages of fire. To protect a school, retail store, restaurant, factory, hospital, or warehouse, let Keystone design, install, inspect, and maintain your sprinkler system using one of these proven technologies:
Fire Detection & Alarm
Not all building environments are created equal. Commercial buildings present a variety of fire detection challenges and the system provider you select must understand how to address those challenges in one cost-effective solution.
Keystone has experience across a range of industries from healthcare settings, to universities, warehouses, and manufacturing environments. We use trusted brands to protect our clients and their property.
There are certain things that just can’t get wet – electrically energized equipment, priceless artwork, burning oil and grease. Where water would cause more damage than fire, Keystone offers a variety of waterless extinguishing solutions to protect your special hazards.
We can plan and install faster because we have a depth of experience and an even deeper bench of trained professionals. Keystone is the area’s oldest and most knowledgeable fire suppression contractor. Let’s find the right system for your valuable asset(s):
Extinguishers & Safety Equipment
Keystone covers your commercial fire extinguisher needs with inspection, testing, service, and recharging – most times right at your facility! >> Learn More
LIFE SAFETY EQUIPMENT
Keystone offers thousands of products and services designed to reduce the risk of damage from workplace fires. Our expert staff can assist you in finding the right products to help protect your employees and company as a whole. >> Learn More
Since 1956, Keystone Fire Protection Co. has been an established supplier to the U.S. Government. We deliver fire protection equipment and services to government agencies and the military in accordance with military and OEM specifications. Requirements include drawings, Q&A inspections, administration services, and product packaging and labeling.
Will first responders be able to communicate in your building? Today’s building and fire codes require adequate Emergency Responder Radio Coverage.
Keystone’s FCC Certified and General Radiotelephone Operators Licensed (GROL) technicians can identify the ‘dead zones’ when they survey your building to assess radio signal strength.