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Your residents place all of their trust in you and your company to make sure they are safe and protected. So you need someone you can put all of your trust in too. Now you can turn to Jayhawk Fire Sprinkler, Kansas City’s Multi-family fire protection experts.
We have been heavily invested in the Apartment Association of Kansas City over the last few years and are continuing to put an emphasis on the multi-family industry because there is shortage of fire protection companies who are willing to do what is best for their customers’ communities and overall safety of their residents.
We are trying to change that.
It’s your property and you should be in control of the preventative maintenance plan. It is our job to help you get it done.
What We Can Do For You & Your Property
When it comes to protecting your property, there is no substitute to having a team of highly trained and experienced technicians looking after you. We take historical data, past experience, and your input into account while taking care of your fire protection systems. The only person that knows your property better than us is you. Let’s work together and put the best plan in place for your future protection.
Our team of experts are available to visit with you on-site to give you a detailed quote for inspections & service
Checking the boxes only go so far. Our skilled technicians are thorough in their inspection to make sure you’re protected
Repairs are often needed to keep your system performing as designed. There are no shortcuts when it comes to fire protection
Available 24/7/365, our emergency dispatch service is ready to respond to any fire sprinkler related emergency
Preparing your Fire Sprinkler System for Winter
While our services are often limited to an annual inspection and testing of the systems at most properties, we want to do whatever we can to save our customers money on the front end of the maintenance of your fire sprinkler systems.
As most of us have seen over the last couple of years, the Midwest tends to experience very cold winters. Sometimes temperatures will stay well below freezing for an extended period of time. We want to be sure that you and your team are prepared for the cold temperatures.