Valley Fire Protection Systems Announces the Launch of its’ Emergency Plumbing Service

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Valley Fire, the industry leader in fire suppression systems, is pleased to announce the expansion of its service offerings to include an Emergency Plumbing division. This new service is in response to our Chicagoland clients’ request to rely on a single trusted service provider for all of their plumbing and fire suppression needs.

“We are now also applying our expertise in piping to the plumbing field,” said Tom Hartel, President of Valley. Our plumbing staff specializes in prompt service to solve problems quickly and repair frozen, damaged, or leaking fire and plumbing systems.”

Valley Fire Protection Systems is pleased to announce the launch of its Emergency Plumbing division, providing Chicagoland with highly trained, experienced plumbers and fully equipped vehicles to bring the best-in-class plumbing services around the clock.

“We are now also applying our expertise in piping to the plumbing field,” said Tom Hartel, President of Valley. “Chicago winters can cause serious damage to commercial plumbing systems. Our plumbing staff specializes in prompt service to solve problems quickly and repair frozen, damaged, or leaking fire and plumbing systems with one call day or night, 365 days per year.”

About Valley Fire
Valley Fire is certified to engineer, install, inspect, and service fire suppression and plumbing systems throughout the Midwestern U.S. For three generations, Valley teams have installed and serviced system upgrades, expansion, and new construction projects in a full range of facilities

The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) recently selected Valley Fire Protection Systems as the
“Vendor of the Year.” “We are honored to receive this Prestigious IREM award,” commented Valley’s President Tom Hartel. “The award validates our commitment to provide the very best value and service to our clients. We strive to update our clients on advances in technology and regularly provide ‘hands on’ training in systems, inspection, and emergency protocol. Our quarterly newsletters and e-alerts assist fire officials and our clients in managing fire and life safety related equipment. On average, the U.S. experiences over 115,000 non-residential structure fires that ultimately cost businesses over $2 billion per year. Fire Protection Systems are critical to minimizing the potential loss of life, property and revenue.” Hartel added.

About IREM
IREM has been the source for education and resources for real estate management professionals for more than 75 years. Membership includes more than 18,000 individual members and 515 corporate members who manage over $1.5 trillion in real estate assets.

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