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VFS Opens Office in San Diego

VFS is excited to announce the opening of a new office in San Diego, California. The office was officially started in December of 2012 with the hiring of Allen Hafer. Allen will serve as the General Manager for San Diego, bringing over 30 year of experience in the fire sprinkler industry. Allen brings his knowledge of sales, project management, and design to VFS.   Read more

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Top Industry Design Manager Joins VFS

John Deutsch who sits on the NFPA 13 committee with Randy Nelson, CEO of VFS Fire & Security Services, has joined the VFS team. John draws on over 28 years of experience in fire sprinkler design for industrial, commercial, mixed-used occupancies, public works and special hazards industries.   Read more

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VFS National Accounts – Local Service. National Strength

Our National Accounts Program takes VFS all over the country and was developed to help our clients with multiple locations.  The VFS National Accounts Program gives our customers a single point of contact for all of their fire and life safety needs.  According to Randy Nelson, CEO of VFS, “Managing our clients’ needs from a single location in Orange County, California is the best way to consistently provide a positive experience for them.  The feedback has been fantastic.”   Read more

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Save Thousands of Dollars Each Year – VFS Mesh Radio Program

VFS is proud to introduce the Mesh Radio Alarm Monitoring Program. Mesh radio is 100% reliable and has a low cost of ownership, plus it’s easy to install, easy to manage and faster than any alarm communication system available. Mesh radio eliminates your two costly required telephone lines or cellular services for cellular monitoring and significantly reduces fees you pay each month.   Read more

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10 Tips for Holiday Fire Prevention

Did you know that the holidays are one of the busiest times of year for home fires?  According to the U.S. Fire Administration, holiday decoration and Christmas tree fires account for almost 400 home fires each year.  This results in an average of 21 deaths and over $25 million in property damage.   Read more

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