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In 2014, Choose First-Rate Sprinkler Service and Fire Alarm Equipment from the Fire Protection Company Los Angeles Trusts

Global Fire Technologies, Inc. is ready to make your residential or commercial property fire safe and legally compliant throughout the New Year

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fire is and always has been one of mankind's best friends and also, of course, one of its deadliest enemies. Global Fire Technologies, Inc. is the fire protection company Los Angeles and all of Southern California trusts for ensuring that this elemental force of nature does not threaten businesses and residences. Whether a home, retail establishment, or office complex requires the finest in sprinkler or fire alarm equipment, or the right kind of testing to ensure compliance with all relevant codes and regulations, this widely respected company is ready to help any organization that wants to ensure that 2014 is their most fire-safe year yet.

Owning or managing a business can be a stressful task all in itself, and it's only human to not want to contemplate the possible impacts of a fire or the perceived hassle of sprinkler service and other safety measures. Still, for reasons of safety as well as legality, it's an issue that companies are forced to face.

Fortunately, Global Fire Technologies is here to make all aspects of fire protection and safety as painless and cost-effective as possible. Outstanding service and maintenance to ensure that equipment is fully operational at all times, are important aspects of the company's work; so is providing and installing the most durable and long-lasting equipment on the market. Respected throughout California, the company is an acknowledged resource for "one-stop shopping" when it comes to fire safety.

The team at Global Fire Technologies, Inc. is also known for its ability to help companies revamp existing programs while keeping well within a company's budget. If you believe that your fire protection program could be more effective or more efficiently handled, you should know that this company has helped countless organizations to improve their fire protection program while keeping costs completely under control. That explains the company's unusually high level of client satisfaction and its remarkable 95 percent customer retention rate. The company views its job as taking the stress out of fire protection, and customers agree that they worry less about compliance and fire safety than ever before.

Based in the City of Glendale and convenient to all of Greater Los Angeles, Global Fire Technologies, Inc. is ranked among the very finest companies when it comes to the installation, monitoring (including central station monitoring), and inspection of fire protection equipment. If you are seriously interested in ensuring that your business or residential property benefits from the very best and most cost-effective fire protection services in 2014, start by calling 818-330-7136 as soon as you can. It might be one of the most important phone calls of your working life. You can also visit the company's web site at GloFireTech.comit just might be the important web site visit of your career.

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