The State of Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance, Division of Fire Prevention, is responsible for the professional installation of fire prevention sprinkler systems contractor industry. This includes protecting the public by insuring that a Fire Protection Sprinkler System Contractor is registered with the State and has either completed the appropriate certification program or has posted a bond to cover a judgement for third party loss in the event of a wrongful act. The Tennessee Code Annotated Title 62 Chapter 32 defines the requirements for registering of a fire protection sprinkler system contractors or fire sprinkler contractor.
The premium that you pay for a Tennessee Fire Protection Sprinkler System Contractor Surety Bond is dependent on credit.
The Tennessee State Fire Marshal Office, Permits and Licenses Unit, requires that a fire sprinkler systems contractor must have a licensed responsible managing employee.
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