Western States Fire Protection provides services and systems to keep Las Vegas, NV safe from fires. We provide fire protection for everything from hotels to casinos, multifamily housing, hospitals, and more. Our Las Vegas branch location serves the Las Vegas Valley, Mesquite and Laughlin, NV, Southern Nevada, Southern Utah, Southeast California, and Northern Arizona.
Fire Protection Systems
Our team of experts at our Las Vegas branch is capable of providing a wide range of fire protection systems for commercial, industrial, and residential buildings.
- Fire sprinkler systems
- Fire alarm systems
- Kitchen hood fire suppress
- Special hazards fire protection
- Fire extinguishers
Western States Fire Protection designs and installs fire protection systems in accordance with local and state regulations, NFPA standards, and insurance requirements.
Ongoing Fire Protection Inspections & Services
WSFP Las Vegas specializes in providing ongoing inspection, testing and repair services. We offer service contracts to help you save money and make it easier for you to manage your fire protection systems. Our team can provide inspections and testing for all your fire protection systems as often as needed to help you remain compliant with local regulations and NFPA standards.
Our Las Vegas fire protection include:
- Backflow preventer testing
- Alarm monitoring services
- 24-Hour emergency services
- Inspections, testing and repairs
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to any emergency that may arise with your fire protection systems.
Contact Us for Las Vegas Fire Protection Services
If you are in need of fire protection systems or services in Las Vegas or the surrounding areas, contact Western States Fire Protection today. At WSFP, our mission is protecting lives and property. We have over 40 locations across the western half of the United States and have been providing fire protection systems since 1985.
CARES Act Tax Deductions are Available for Your Business!
In March of 2020, during the initial stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or “CARES” Act. The aim was this bill was to provide tax relief for businesses affected by the coronavirus by applying tax breaks. These CARES Act tax deductions include any upgrades to fire sprinklers, fire alarms, special hazard safety systems, and security that took place during 2020. Organizations like the NFSA pushed for this opportunity, but there is still much to be done about informing business owners.
To get a better idea of how the process works, please refer to the table below that shows example figures and their deductibles. Much of the process is accelerated. Normally, the deductions are spread over 39 years, but thanks to Section 168, you can deduct all equipment and labor expenses from the first year.
What is Covered by the CARES Act?
With CARES Act tax deductions available, it is also important to understand what all may qualify. Those who are eligible are based on the following criteria:
- Total replacement of old pipe (Dry Attic or Wet Systems that are corroded/nonfunctional)
- Updating a Dry Valve or Wet Riser Valve
- Updating a Dry System Air Compressor to a Nitrogen Generator
- Upgrading existing sprinkler heads
- Upgrading existing Dry Pendants
- Upgrading an existing underground supply
- Upgrading an existing schedule system to ESFR for today’s storage heights and commodity (insurance companies are now requiring this for commercial business)
- Installing fire protection systems in existing buildings that were previously not protected
- Upgrading fire alarm panels
- Special Hazard Systems Upgrades
A Few More Things to Know
- The CARES Act includes a full tax deduction for equipment and labor costs for life safety system upgrades on commercial properties.
- Savings are retroactive for system upgrades implemented after January 1, 2018.
- There is no maximum purchase amounts.
If you believe that your life safety upgrades qualify, we encourage you to visit home.treasury.gov for more information on what actions your business needs to take to receive its CARES Act tax deductions. Additionally, if you are looking to have your systems upgraded, contact us for a quote.