Many fire sprinkler contractors advertise their services on online business directories, such as Yellow Pages and Anywho. The official website of the Fire Sprinkler Association of each state may also post a list of registered and licensed contractors.
To find a local fire sprinkler contractor, navigate to Yellowpages.com or Anywho.com. Anywho.com is a part of the YP family of brands and uses the same database as Yellow Pages. Type "fire sprinkler contractor" into the search box and provide your location. The search tool results include all the registered fire sprinkler contractors in the directory as well as each contractor's address, contact information and website, if applicable. The location of each contractor is available on the interactive Google Map on the same page, allowing visitors to check the locations of the businesses.
The local chapters of the FSA of each state may provide lists of fire sprinkler contractors. The official NSFA website of Wisconsin, for example, displays all the registered fire sprinkler contractors in the state. Some fire sprinkler contractors may also be registered under the American Fire Sprinkler Association, another leading organization that represents fire sprinkler contractors.
To make sure the contractor has a license to operate within a city or state, visit the state or city's licensing board website or department. Most states provide a license verification tool for online users to check the license status of businesses and professionals.