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Design & Installation

Each fire protection systems project calls for its own unique design. Our team of experts will evaluate your plans and design a system to ensure you have maximum protection while meeting all local and NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) guidelines.

Through the exceptional performance by every member of our team, we aim to establish lasting relationships with our customers and ensure their safety.


As local leaders in the fire protection industry, we have the experience and expertise to help you protect your commercial or industrial property. We have had the privilege of protecting many hospitals, schools, government complexes, hotels, offices, warehouses, small businesses, shopping centers and more. There is no job too big or too small…life safety is our priority.

What we offer:

  • Fire Sprinkler System Design

  • Professional installation

  • 1-Year warranty

  • Peace of mind

  • And more!

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With fire being one of the greatest threats to your commercial or industrial property, equipment, inventory, and employees, Living Water Fire Protection designs and installs cost-effective solutions to protect your property and personnel.


We can design and install a customized fire suppression system meets fire safety codes without compromising your home decor. Residential fire sprinklers can be concealed, for example. A residential fire protection system can be connected to the domestic water supply and requires less water than commercial and industrial systems. We can not only install a fire suppression system in a home under construction or being remodeled, but we can also retrofit your existing home with a custom fire suppression system.

Services we provide

  • Customized and Affordable Fire Sprinkler System Design

  • Professional Installation

  • 1-Year Warranty

  • Peace of Mind 

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A fire suppression system in your home can prevent devastating damage by quickly extinguishing flames. Sprinkler systems are designed to only trigger by the high heat of a fire. Individual sprinkler heads engage only in the area of the fire.  Because of the targeted action, fire sprinklers cause less water damage than firefighting hose lines.