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First Class Fire Protection

Nardini will help you prepare for and mitigate the risks of fire—whether your organization is just starting out, is already established and you are working to bring it up to code, or is looking for an extra level of protection. 

When your organization is in the business of caring for people and other precious assets, fire is a very real danger. Proactively addressing the risk of a devastating fire will help you keep your people and your other important assets secure.

Here’s how it works

After hearing about your specific needs and challenges, one of our trained experts will craft a customized plan to protect your organization from the risks of fire. We’ll help you bring this plan to life with solutions like:

  • Systems that use clean agents, which offer minimal damage and are commonly used in medical equipment rooms and museums
  • Code-compliant fire alarm systems for medical facilities, schools, and nursing homes
  • High-sensitivity smoke detectors that offer early warning, and are the best choice for high airflow environments like medical equipment rooms
  • Fire extinguishers

And in the event any of your fire detection or suppression equipment needs service, we’ll take care of that too—even if you didn’t buy it from us.


By the Numbers



Structure fires in health care properties drew response from U.S. fire departments annually, from 2006-2010—causing an annual average of $52 million in property damage


Is the year that Monet painting was lost to a fire at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, NY.


Less property damage occurs in fires at educational properties where suppression systems are present (compared to fires with no automatic extinguishing equipment present).

What you can expect from working together

A collaboration with Nardini means that you’ll:

  • Be set up for success with fire marshal inspections
  • Have peace of mind that your kitchen and staff are protected with a customized plan and expert guidance
  • Spend less time worrying about fire-related issues, so that you can focus on what you do best