Our experienced team provides innovative fire and smoke protection products for spaces throughout your building while preserving space and ensuring an appealing design.
Let's go over the main types and components of fire protection systems, their importance and relevance to business.READ MORE
A fire-rated door is a vital part of any fire protection system. It reduces the spread of fire and smoke and compartmentalizes a space to keep the threat contained and provide a protected route of egress.READ MORE
When it comes to safety, Smoke Guard believes the more protective measures in place the better. While smoke detectors do save lives and are a valuable resource, there are other safety systems, like sprinkler systems and fire curtains, that do more than just warn occupants of potential threats.READ MORE
The interest of every SG rep I’ve interacted with in delivering a code-compliant solution coupled with effective communication involving project team members and the authority having jurisdiction is consistently impressive.
Brian ThompsonSenior Fire Protection Engineer, AEGIS Engineering
I wanted to thank SG Specialties for the way they handled my garage door issues! I had been having trouble with my door from a custom openings manufacturer ever since it was installed around 7 years ago. I’ve spent thousands of dollars with this company who did a hackneyed job of trying to fix it, countless times fixing it temporarily so that it would work for a couple weeks, months (or days) and then break again. I finally stopped using them and searched for someone else to help me. I tried several local garage door companies to no avail. SGAS on the other hand was tremendous! From the personal service and responsiveness and thoughtfulness they showed, to the reliability, expertise and execution the maintenance team showed - my door is now fixed!
I can’t thank everyone at SG Architectural Specialities enough.
Rosanne Z., Rosanne Z.
Thank you for helping us with replacing our current elevator curtains. They are from a different manufacturer and are not as well designed as Smoke Guard's. They are much more complicated and we asked the subcontractors who installed them to come back and try to fix it, but unfortunately, they could not. Every time we have a power failure or have to do our fire alarm devices inspection and trigger the elevator's smoke detector, it has issues rolling back up. I have to sit there and go to programming mode to try and reset the upper and lower positions every single time. I don't even bother with the monthly preventive maintenance on this unit.
Thank you for helping us!
Yung Lee, San Jose State University Recreation and Aquatic Center