From consulting to final installation and inspection, Mack Fire has earned a reputation for service, quality, and professionalism that is impossible to find anywhere else.
We strive to deliver service that exceeds our customer’s expectations. We offer a broad range of life safety services and designs to meet the specific needs of each facility we service. Our highly trained staff can service all types of ﬁre sprinkler and ﬁre alarm systems regardless of the size, complexity, or system manufacturer.About Us
Mack Fire Protection partners with clients to swiftly meet their regulatory requirements, and offers convenient ongoing fire protection system inspection service agreements. Our inspectors use the latest technology and best practices to ensure code compliance and insurance company compliance. Testing and Inspection services include wet and dry sprinkler systems, pre-action and deluge systems, foam systems, anti-freeze systems, fire pumps, backflow prevention devices, and more.
Mack Fire Protection offers a broad range of services and programs, which we engineer specifically to meet the needs of the facility. Our in-house engineers and consultants provide guidance up front in terms of budgets, code requirements, and how to integrate with the overall look of the building. We are known for designs that are both purposeful and aesthetically appealing, with extra attention paid to finer details. Contact Mack Fire for your Engineering/Design/Build project.
Custom projects include: Marinas, Cold Storage & Specialty Applications
Mack Fire Protection has 6 in-house designers that have years of experience creating fire sprinkler, fire alarm, and fire safety systems for numerous clients. We will gladly help create one that fits your building’s specific needs. We utilize state-of-the-art software and 3D Modeling to design, engineer, and build these systems. Regardless of the size or complexity of the system, we have designers and technical experts who can work with you to design systems to the highest safety standards.
With the passing of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) on March 27th, there’s never been a better time to retrofit or upgrade an existing fire sprinkler system in an existing commercial property. The CARES Act fixes a drafting error that omitted larger businesses from taking advantage of the tax incentives from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s (TCJA).
There’s a major motivation for companies to act quickly, which can go a long way toward helping the fire sprinkler industry return to work and mitigate the financial impact of the pandemic. The ability to immediately write off the full cost of installing a sprinkler system in an existing building starts to phase out after 2022. The professionals at Mack Fire can help upgrade your building’s existing fire sprinkler system or retrofit it to give you the peace of mind that your building and those in it are safe in the event of a fire.