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Fire-Ade, Inc. opened for business in 1971 as a fire extinguisher service and sales company. The partners that started the business were involved both voluntarily and professionally as firefighters who saw the importance of being able to extinguish a fire quickly in order to save lives and protect property. Fire-Ade Inc. was located on Waughtown Street for many years and then relocated to our current location on Griffith Road in 1989. Fire-Ade, Inc. is still today a family owned and operated business.
The fire protection industry has experienced many changes over the years and Fire-Ade, Inc. has continued to educate our staff to keep up with these changes. We have expanded our services beyond portable fire extinguishers to include other life safety services and products; however we feel that keeping our focus on these areas is the key to continuing to provide quality and reliable fire protection service. Being a small business gives us the opportunity to better know our customers and provide them with the services and products that meet their needs.
"Our focus is Fire Protection and Life Safety. Our goal is providing quality and reliable service in compliance with National, State and Local Fire Codes."
Fire-Ade Inc. has been providing its customers with outstanding fire protection services since 1971. For the last 46 years, we have proudly served Winston-Salem and the surrounding areas. We have established ourselves as a leader in the industry with quality, dependability, and unsurpassed customer service. We are a locally owned and operated company that offers onsite service, as well as a friendly office staff available to assist our customers. Fire-Ade Inc. sells quality products and has service technicians that are trained to meet NFPA certification requirements.
Since 1971, our team has made your safety our number one priority. We make it our goal to help protect people and businesses from the dangers caused by fire. Our wide base of loyal and satisfied customers depend on our services to keep them in compliance with local, state, and federal fire codes.