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Wounded warrior project

Valley Fire Supports the Wounded Warrior Project In honor of Veteran’s Day this month, Valley Fire would like to recognize Wounded Warrior Lance CPL Kyle Moser of Oswego, IL. Lance CPL Moser endured multiple injuries in Afghanistan, exactly one year ago, while on patrols. He was first injured in early November 2011, while riding in

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Valley fire acquires Old World Plumbing, Inc.

PRESS RELEASE Valley Fire Protection Acquires Assets of Old World Plumbing, Inc. Old World Plumbing Name to Be Retained Batavia, IL March 15, 2012 — Valley Fire Protection is pleased to announce that, effective today, it has acquired the assets of Saint Charles, Illinois-based Old World Plumbing, Inc. We are very excited to add the

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Siemens Building Technologies launches knowledge center to support education

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Steven Kuehn (847) 941-6047 SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES LAUNCHES SMOKE DETECTION KNOWLEDGE CENTER TO SUPPORT INDUSTRY EDUCATION New Knowledge Center Web Site Demonstrates Efficacy of Smoke Detection BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., January 16, 2012 – Research shows that the risk of dying in a fire is halved when smoke detectors are installed...

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Valley Fire Protection repeat winner of institute of real estate management’s vendor of the year award

PRESS RELEASE – Valley Fire Protection Repeat Winner of Institute of Real Estate Management’s Vendor of the Year Award Batavia, IL March 15, 2010 — The Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) presented Valley Fire Protection Systems with its prestigious Vendor of the Year Award during its March 12 PREMIER Awards at Chicago’s Sheraton Hotel.

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Ensuring protection through a five-year internal fire sprinkler system inspection

Ensuring Protection through a Five-Year Internal Fire Sprinkler System Inspection – By Tom Hartel, Valley Fire Protection Systems Automatic fire sprinkler systems are an absolute lifesaver. But like all mechanical equipment, these systems must be maintained in order to provide maximum protection to structures, the contents of these structures and — most importantly —their occupants.

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