If Your Kitchen Can't Take the Heat...

Invest in Vent-A-Hood suppression systems

Restaurants use Vent-A-Hood suppression systems to quickly extinguish fires and prevent them from spreading. While they're mainly used in commercial settings, certain homes have hooded fire suppression systems specifically designed for their kitchen. Since these units play a major role in fire regulation, it's wise to keep them well-maintained.

Cowboy Fire Equipment, LLC specializes in in installing, inspecting, testing, and repairing fire suppression systems in Arlington, DeSoto, Plano, TX and Dallas Forth Worth Metroplex area. We'll make sure your unit is updated to guarantee your safety.

Does your building in Arlington, DeSoto, Plano, TX and Dallas Forth Worth Metroplex area have Vent-A-Hood suppression systems? Let us handle your installation and routine inspections. Call 972-576-5719 now to schedule your appointment.

Why does your restaurant need a vent-a-hood suppression system?:

With gas equipment you need a vent-a-hood suppression system to help in providing ventilation for your commercial kitchen. Vent-a-hood suppression systems go through a combination of ducts, filters and fans to work in extracting heat, smoke, and grease that are emitted from cooking equipment.

Vent-a-hood Suppression System Inspection, how do I read my tag?

When a service technician goes in and inspects a Vent-a-hood Suppression System their service tag will be punched out to include year and month of that inspection. Contact Cowboy Fire Equipment LLC for a thorough inspection of your vent-a-hood suppression system.

By law, it is required that every restaurant must have a vent-a-hood suppression system that is working, has been inspected, and is optimized and in line with fire safety codes and regulations. Contact Cowboy Fire Equipment LLC to make sure your vent-a-hood-suppression system is up to code. Vent-a-hood suppression systems must have a functional operating fan. Contact our partners over at Guardian Services if your fan is needing replacement or maintenance.

Keep your most important systems well-maintained

Keep your most important systems well-maintained

Fire suppression systems must undergo a hydrostatic test every 12 years to test the integrity of the system model and to change chemical and parts. This ensures everything is installed, working properly and up to fire code. Our team will happily conduct this thorough inspection to make sure your systems are working properly.

If you need your fire suppression systems inspected, call us now to schedule your appointment.