About Island Sprinkler Systems

IMG_0070First established by Ray MacLeod in 1987, Island Sprinkler Systems Ltd. is the first locally owned and operated fire protection sprinkler company on Prince Edward Island. Through its diversified products, code compliant and cost effective designs, as well as intuitive and coordinated layouts, Island Sprinkler is equipped to service residential, commercial and industrial customers. Also performing fire pump testing, fire hydrant flow testing and scheduled inspections.

Island Sprinkler Systems Ltd.’s staff consists of certified technicians, both journeyman Red Seal sprinkler fitters and apprentices, and the company frequently collaborates with other specialists in the field. This composition of personnel allows for a dynamic team with over 80 years combined experience and a fresh enthusiasm and ambition for the industry.  Due to its local nature, customers of Island Sprinkler Systems Ltd. will be able to experience professional and personable interactions with staff on relatively short notice.

IMG_0204With a resume that includes provincial nursing homes, community care facilities, apartment complexes, schools, office and industrial buildings, and contract work for numerous General Contractors, Project Managers, and private individuals, Island Sprinkler delivers quality workmanship at a competitive price. Whether it is installing systems in pre-existing establishments or performing design builds, Island Sprinkler’s labour and materials meet recognized standards and customer specifics, and are warrantied for a minimum of one year.

Customers are sure to be satisfied with Island Sprinkler’s ability to offer thorough services and superior products that fulfill a wide-range of demands in fire protection, while still allowing for the security of working with a local company.

 

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