NYC Fire Extinguisher Inspection & Violation Removal Service Announced

The A&J Fire Extinguisher, with free quotes at 718 682-7679, is offering its trusted fire extinguisher inspection, supply, maintenance and FDNY violation removal services for clients all around NYC who want to avoid incidents like the recent fire in the Bronx.

Brooklyn, United States - January 27, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The popular NYC fire extinguisher Inspection company, A&J Fire Extinguisher, announced it is now offering along with its coveted fire extinguisher inspection service, recertification, tagging and maintenance services for clients all around NYC who want to remain safe and compliant with current fire code laws.

The A&J Fire Extinguisher is the leading fire extinguisher service provider in Brooklyn, known for the trusted range of inspection, sales, maintenance and violation removal services it has at the disposal of property owners who want to comply with fire safety guidelines and keep everyone safe.

More information is available at http://anjfire.com.

They are now offering these coveted fire protection services for clients in Brooklyn and all around NYC who want to make sure their properties are ready to avoid incidents like the horrific apartment building fire in the Bronx that killed 13 people and the recent blazes that broke out in Brooklyn, Queens or Washington Heights, and left many injured.

Their unique range of services includes FDNY licensed inspections that ensure all the fire protection equipment is up to date and compliant with current fire code laws, supply of official Buckeye fire extinguishers at highly competitive prices and tagging, recharging, refilling or routine maintenance of any existing equipment as mandated by the NFPA.

It also provides assistance with any removal, correction or repair of FDNY code violations, including all the properties who are still not compliant with the marking and sign requirements the local 3 RCNY 505-01. 505-02 law requires every apartment building to have in place until March 30th, 2018.

The A&J Fire Extinguisher team explains that “we are the ones to call to keep the fire protection equipment up to date and in compliance with the ever changing fire code laws. Whether it’s outfitting a new construction building or simply inspecting, updating and maintaining the fire extinguishers, we’ve got it covered with fast turnaround times and unbeatable pricing.”

Free, fast quotes with the A&J Fire Extinguisher are available at 718 682-7679 or through the website link provided above along with more information on the sales, maintenance and inspection or violation removal expertise they can offer anywhere in Brooklyn and New York City.

Contact Info:
Name: Jack Shammah
Organization: A&J Fire Extinguisher
Address: 265 Livingston St., Brooklyn, NY 11217, United States
Phone: +1-718-852-2762

For more information, please visit http://www.anjfire.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 292955

More News From Daily Tech Geek

The Latest: UN chief condemns attack on Afghan vote center

Apr 26, 2018

KABUL, Afghanistan — The Latest on the violence in Afghanistan (all times local): 6 a.m. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has condemned the attack on a voter registration center in Afghanistan. The suicide bombing in Kabul on Sunday killed at least 57 people with more than 100 wounded. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility, saying it targeted Shiite "apostates." Guterres said the culprits must be brought to justice. "They must not be allowed to succeed in deterring Afghan citizens from carrying out their constitutional right to take part in forthcoming elections." He extended condolences to the families and expressed solidarity with...

Nepal honors 1st conquest of Everest without bottled oxygen

Apr 26, 2018

KATHMANDU, Nepal — Nepal's government on Thursday honored two climbers who were the first to scale Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen 40 years ago. Minister for Tourism Rabindra Adhikari praised the climbers at a ceremony in the capital, Kathmandu. Italian Reinhold Messner and Austrian Peter Habeler reached the summit without use of supplementary oxygen, while others on their team used bottled oxygen. Until then, all climbers carried oxygen cylinders to aid them at high altitudes where oxygen levels are low. Since Everest was first scaled in 1953, thousands of climbers have reached the summit and hundreds more make attempts every...

Iran bans government bodies from using foreign message apps

Apr 26, 2018

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's presidency has banned all government bodies from using foreign-based messaging apps to communicate with citizens, state media reported Wednesday, after economic protests organized through such apps shook the country earlier this year. Chief among those apps is Telegram, used by over 40 million Iranians for everything from benign conversations to commerce and political campaigning. Iranians using Telegram, which describes itself as an encrypted message service, helped spread the word about the protests in December and January. Telegram channels run on behalf of Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri were already shut...

Sherpa guide trying to reach top of the world for 22nd time

Apr 26, 2018

KATHMANDU, Nepal — Three men have climbed to the top of the world 21 times, all of them mountain guides who grew up in the shadow of Mount Everest. Two of these famed Sherpa guides have retired. But 48-year-old Kami Rita says he'll be summiting Everest for years to come. "My goal is to reach the summit of Everest at least 25 times," he told The Associated Press in Kathmandu, Nepal's capital, shortly before heading back to the mountain for what he hopes will mark a record-breaking climb. "I want to set a new record not just for myself but...

23 children die in India when school bus plunges into gorge

Apr 26, 2018

NURPUR, India — A school bus plunged off a mountain road Monday into a deep gorge in the Himalayan foothills, killing 23 children, some as young as 4, Indian officials said. Four adults also died, said Sandeep Kumar, a local official. Ten children were hospitalized. Initial reports indicated the bus driver was speeding as he took the children home and lost control at the edge of the gorge. The bus fell some 200 feet (60 meters) to the ground below, said police officer Sunil Kumar. The adults killed included the bus driver, two teachers and another woman, officials said. Most...

About Us

Daily Tech Geek delivers Technology news only covering the multiple fields in the industry.

Contact us: sales[at]dailytechgeek.com

Subscribe Now!