F.E. Moran Fire Protection educates customers online

F.E. Moran Fire Protection has launched its new website, www.femoranfp.com.

NORTHBROOK, ILL. — F.E. Moran Fire Protection has launched its new website, www.femoranfp.com. This website is a fire protection information hub for the storage occupancy, residential, commercial, retail, industrial, healthcare, and education markets. Moran is providing customers with a wide variety of resources such as inspection resources, survey outlines, articles/education resources, and case studies. All resources are openly available to visitors. In addition to industry resources, clients have private access to customized portals that securely hold drawings and inspection reports available 24 hours a day.

With more than 40 years of experience in the fire protection industry, F.E. Moran Fire Protection has gathered an immense collection of industry knowledge. Through its new website, it will be providing this collection a home where visitors and clients can learn more about fire protection in their industries, ultimately promoting safety within their facilities. Visitors can find inspection resources based on NFPA requirements, templates for surveys, and articles focused on industry pain points and frequently asked questions about fire protection.

In addition to industry resources, clients have private access to a customized Client Portal. The Client Portal contains facility documentation like drawings, inspection reports, and other requested documentation. Documentation is readily available for insurance representatives or safety personnel.

F.E. Moran Fire Protection provides comprehensive fire protection solutions for the storage occupancy, residential, commercial, retail, industrial, healthcare, and education markets. With over four decades of experience, the firm not only provides expert design methodologies with the use of 3-D AutoCad technology, but also superior project management and installation services. Additional information is available at www.femoranfp.com.

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