NOTE… There Has Never Been A Structure Burn to the Ground That had a Properly Installed and Serviced Fire Sprinkler System.


If the Fire Sprinkler System in your business is Working Correctly, Your Business is Protected.

That’s an Extremely Bold Statement! But the fact remains.. A properly maintained, serviced, and inspected Fire Sprinkler System will perform exactly as it was designed.

We’re Wilgus Fire Control and Safeguard Fire Protection. We are your Local Northern California Fire Sprinkler Provider for Design, Installation, Service, and Repairs. Our Design Team and Technicians are Professional Trained and experienced in California Fire Codes. With 1000’s of Service and Design hours, you can sleep comfortably  knowing your Fire Sprinkler System that was designed and/or serviced by Wilgus Fire Control or Safeguard Fire Protection will perform properly in the event of a fire.

We Service, Design, and Install Fire Sprinkler Systems for all types of structures. The most common are Office Complexes, Industrial Warehouses, Retail Locations, Manufacturing Facilities, Churches, Apartments, and Nursing Homes/ Senior Assisted Living.

What Types of Fire Sprinkler Systems Does Wilgus Fire Control and
Safeguard Fire Protection Service?

Wet Fire Sprinkler Systems

The Wet Fire Sprinkler System: The most dependable and simplistic Fire Sprinkler System. The piping of a Wet Sprinkler System contains water under pressure. When a sprinkler head in the fire system is activated, water will instantly start flowing and the fire sprinkler system will begin to extinguish the fire. The Wet Fire Sprinkler System is used for Retail Locations, Storage Areas, Manufacturing Facilities, Office Complexes, and Apartment/Condo Buildings.

Dry Fire Sprinkler Systems

The Dry Fire Sprinkler System: If there’s a potential for FREEZING, the Dry Fire Sprinkler System is best choice. In a Dry System compressed air fills the piping network. When a sprinkler head is activated, the compressed air flows out of the piping network and water starts to spray from the sprinkler head. This is the perfect solution for Parking Garages, Loading Docks, Warehouses, Commercial Freezers, and Attic Space.

Deluge Fire Sprinkler Systems

The Deluge Fire Sprinkler System: Quick Response, Total Coverage of a designated area. In a Deluge Sprinkler system ALL of the sprinkler heads are open. The piping network is not filled with water. When a heat sensor is triggered, a valve opens, and water starts flowing.  The Deluge System is used for unique hazards like Oil and Chemical Storage Areas.

PreAction Fire Sprinkler Systems

The PreAction Fire Sprinkler System: A good solution for Sever Rooms and sensitive electronic equipment. Wait!  Hold on!!  That’s water and ELECTRICITY? In a PreAction System the piping network is pressurized with air. When the PreAction Fire Sprinkler System is triggered, electrical equipment and computers will close down processes and turn off before water starts to flow. This is the reason your electronic devices will not be destroyed.

Foam Sprinkler Systems

The Foam Sprinkler System:  Designed for special hazard scenarios. A Military Aircraft Hanger is an example. When a Foam System discharges there is a mix of water and low expansion foam concentrate. These systems are best for high challenge fires.

Water Mist Fire Sprinkler Systems

The Water Mist Sprinkler System: This is an alternative to CO2 Fire Suppression Systems. The Water Mist System is a great option for Occupied Locations that have sensitive electronics. They are commonly used to protect combustion turbines.

Looking for FAST Onsite Fire Sprinkler and Fire Pump Service,
performed by EXPERTS?

Wilgus Fire Control and Safeguard Fire Protection are your Complete Fire Sprinkler Design, Installation, Service, and Repair Source.  We design and Install all types of Fire Sprinkler Systems and Fire Pumps. We Service and Repair Fire Sprinkler Systems, Fire Pumps, Anti-Freeze Loops, and Backflows.  We are Experienced and Knowledgable in California Fire Codes.  And… We always go that Extra Mile to ensure your Fire Protection Equipment will work in the event of a Fire.