FIRESTOPPING

WHAT IS FIRESTOP?

Firestop protects your building from the spread of fire. Any openings in the rated walls or floors of your building—including electrical through-penetrations, joints, head of wall (HOW) joints and other openings—should be sealed for fire-resistance. We use a wide range of components for sealing.

 

 

Why does your building need
firestop installation?

Multicon provides firestop installation in new construction and existing structures to meet the requirements of The Joint Commission, CMS, NFPA and local building codes. Keeping your building safe from fire and smoke is important—and using the highest quality materials and procedures to do this is what we are all about.

 

 

HOW DOES MULTICON DO IT?

So you receive only the services you need, the first step is to provide you with a no-cost, no-obligation fire containment assessment. We also provide pre-construction consultation to discuss how your new or existing building can meet all codes and requirements.  Once we determine the best course of action for your building, we send out our highly qualified field technicians who are trained in Quality Control, ICRA and HIPPA policies. Our technicians have code training, so they can quickly pinpoint potential conflicts. From a one-day emergency to development of a multiple year plan for improvement, we are your trusted firestopping professional.

We Are Experts:

Not only do we have 23 years of experience, but we are the certified experts. We are an Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Qualified Firestop Contractor and a Factory Mutual (FM) 4991 Approved Firestop Contractor — the only company in Ohio carrying both certifications. If a particular condition is not addressed by a UL design, Multicon Fire Containment will provide a detailed drawing from the manufacturer for submittal to your authority having jurisdiction. The bottom line is that we will find the best firestopping solution for your project using high-quality materials and field technicians with training that simply can’t be matched.