Guardian Fire Protection Reaches ANSUL Triple Diamond Status

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Maryland fire protection company reaches the highest level of distinction for their ANSUL sales performance.

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We have been a Double Diamond partner for years, but this is the first time we’ve achieved their highest level due to increased purchases.

Guardian Fire Protection, a Maryland fire protection company, has been awarded Triple Diamond Alliance status by ANSUL, global manufacturer of fire extinguishers and fire suppression systems. Achieving Triple Diamond status requires the company to purchase a minimum of $150,000 of ANSUL products, with a 20% increase in purchases over the previous year. There are three levels of Diamond Alliance status: Single, Double and Triple. Fewer than 20% of ANSUL distributors reach any level of Diamond Alliance status, and to reach Triple Diamond is a tremendous achievement.

According to company president Scott Agge, “We have been a Double Diamond partner for years, but this is the first time we’ve achieved their highest level due to increased purchases.” Agge credits increased sales to the remarkable attention his company pays to the needs of their commercial fire protection service customers.

ANSUL Triple Diamond Alliance partners receive a number of benefits from ANSUL’s parent company, Tyco. Over the next year, Guardian Fire Protection will receive reward certificates for free tuition in training programs, co-op advertising funds, airfare credit, ANSUL brand merchandise and other valuable benefits.

“We are very proud of our distributors and being able to honor those that stand above the rest is something we are happy to do,” said Jim Cox, Sr. Manager of Marketing Communications, Tyco Fire Protection Products.

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Guardian Fire Protection has over 30 years of experience providing businesses, organizations, government buildings and restaurants complete fire protection services in Washington, DC and the surrounding area. The company takes pride in their “customer first” reputation, and will do whatever it takes to make sure property and valuables are protected from fire hazards and that buildings meet fire safety codes.

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