The American Fire Sprinkler Association is excited to announce a new benefit that is available to all of our members.
This American Fire Sprinkler Association Endorsed Program was created in 1989 and continues to be the program of choice for fire sprinkler contractors nationwide. Operations include system design, fabrication, installation, inspection, testing, and maintenance of water based systems. Other operations may be included as long as 51% of the operations are fire sprinkler installation, service and repair. (We do not exclude the installation of CPVC jobs.)
Background Screening & Drug Testing Service
QuickSearch provides background screening and drug testing at a significant discount to AFSA Members. Screening your applicant is a small price to pay to eliminate employees that have criminal records, driving violations, workers compensation claims history as well as drug problems.
Freight LTL Service
AFSA is excited to partner with UPS Freight to offer the AFSA/UPS Freight® Savings Program, a program designed to help increase efficiencies and reduce costs. With the AFSA/UPS Freight Savings Program, you’ll receive discounts on LTL freight shipping, Trade Show Services and cross-border shipping — with no fees or minimum shipping requirement.
Fuel & Service Management
ExxonMobil is pleased to offer the opportunity to enroll in the ExxonMobil Fleet Card program offering member volume rebates! The ExxonMobil Fleet Card program is a convenient and secure way to control and manage fuel and service expenses for your company vehicles!
AFSA members can obtain a free no obligation quote through Mass Marketing Insurance Consultants, Inc. (MMIC).
Residential Contractor Company Accreditation
CPSE developed the Residential Fire Sprinkler Contractor Accreditation Program (ReFSCAP) in cooperation with the National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA), the American Fire Sprinkler Association (AFSA) and the International Code Council (ICC). Accreditation identifies credible policies, procedures, training and business practices to assure homeowners and regulators that single-family, residential systems are installed properly.