Who we are
J J Fire Protection was founded in 2010 with the goal of breathing new life into an old industry.
We know that the services we provide are in place to protect lives and property and we intend on providing our with customers the essential tools to do so.
We are determined to provide the best possible service for the best possible price.
By staying current with changing regulations, you can be assured that your fire equipment is maintained in accordance with all federal, state and local laws.
- Fire Design System
- Fire Inspections System
- Fire Installations System
- Fire Commercial System
- Fire Residential System
Please accept a heartfelt thank you for a job well done. The crew assigned to our project is to be greatly complimented for a very high level of professionalism and their dedication to meeting our objectives. It was apparentEllis Andersen
I just wanted to take a moment to say, Thank you and acknowledge the outstanding quality of services and workmanship that we have experienced over the many years, I am looking forward to the continuation of our close relationship."Juan Crawford Manager
Fire Protection Company
We employ the most knowledgeable and skilled technicians to design, install, and repair your fire protection systems. J J Fire Protection Company provide services in Maryland and Metro Area and can provide fire suppression systems designed specifically for residential and commercial building.Read More
Experience Sets Us Apart
J J Fire Protection Company was founded in 2010 by Jose Machuca, an established fire protection professional in his own right. Machuca prior experience with technologies and fire suppression techniques has allowed the company to grow and expand over the years to serve the entire Meryland and Metro Area community.Read More
At J J Fire Protection Company, we are committed to providing the most cost-effective and practical solutions for the fire and safety needs of our clients. We deliver the most accurate information regarding fire protection, detection, and suppression. Our staff members maintain the highest degree of expertise and excellence in the Maryland fire protection.Read More
Fire Safety Tips
Automatic Fire Sprinkler Systems are installed in all of residential housing.
The systems are maintained, inspected and tested on a quarterly schedule in accordance with NFPA 13D/R standards.
All of the resident’s rooms, common areas, storage, utility and attic spaces are protected by sprinkler heads, that when activated, will control the spread of the fire. A sprinkler head will activate when the temperature at the head reaches 155° initiating the flow of water. Only that head which has activated will flow water. Additional heads will only activate when the temperature reaches 155°. Obstructions to the sprinkler heads such as tapestry or cloth type items attached to the ceiling are prohibited.
Nothing is allowed to be hung from the sprinkler head or the sprinkler piping.
Make sure exits are easily identified. Fire evacuation signs and emergency lighting are crucial to helping people find their way out of a burning building. Periodically check the light bulbs to make sure they’re working.
Check walkways and fire escapes. Hallways, walkways, and fire escapes should be open and easy to navigate at all times. Check to make sure furniture or boxes aren’t blocking doors or other exits.
Educate your employees. No one wants to think about a fire at their workplace.
But your employees are your best line of defense if a fire breaks out. If you serve the public, such as in a restaurant, make sure your waitstaff and hosts know how to evacuate guests from the building. If you work in an industrial facility, make sure your workers know where the fire extinguishers are and how to use them in an emergency.
Did you know that if a fire starts in your home you may have as little as two minutes to escape? During a fire, early warning from a working smoke alarm plus a fire escape plan that has been practiced regularly can save lives. Learn what else to do to keep your loved ones safe!
Install smoke alarms on every level of your home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas.
Test smoke alarms every month. If they’re not working, change the batteries.
Talk with all family members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
If a fire occurs in your home, GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL FOR HELP. Never go back inside for anything or anyone.