How Our Fire Extinguisher Service Works

  1. We come to your location(s) to determine the types and quantity of extinguishers needed based on your location size, structural layout and the state and federal fire codes.
  2. We will inspect your location for other potential fire hazards, such as obstructed emergency exits or the need for suppression systems, to take a holistic approach to protecting your assests.
  3. After installation, we link you to our online customer portal, where you can login to:
    1. Request maintenance and schedule inspections
    2. View your invoices, inspection reports and a full list of the fire extinguishers or first aid boxes that were installed and the location of equipment in each building.
    3. Order additional first aid supplies as needed
    4. Read the manuals that come with your extinguishers and view the warranties


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Fire Extinguisher Inspections

Fire extinguishers are inspected and certified on an annual basis, and then internally inspected every six years. Our life safety technicians are fully equipped and licensed to do on site inspections so that the equipment installed in your building is fully functional in the event of a fire. If we do need to rebuild an extinguisher, we provide this service in our mobile recharge unit right on site. In the event we are unable to recharge your unit on site we will leave you with a temporary extinguisher so you will be protected in the event of a fire.

Choosing the Right Fire Extinguishers

Fighting a fire starts at the source. At FireDefense, we believe in matching the extinguisher with the hazard. Fire extinguishers are capable of extinguishing five different types of fire sources:

  • Class A extinguishers put out fires started by common materials like wood, cloth and paper.
  • Class B extinguishers put out fires started by liquids such as grease, gasoline, oil and oil-based paints.
  • Class C extinguishers put out fires started by electronics or electrical appliances.
  • Class D extinguishers put out fires started by flammable metals, including titanium and lithium.
  • Class K extinguishers put out fires started by vegetable oils, animal oils and animal fats in kitchen appliances.

Based on your company’s needs we will outfit you with the correct type of extinguisher(s) that will terminate a fire while minimizing collateral damage when discharged.


FireDefense is unique in that we believe that knowledge is power — we educate our customers about the types of fire protection services available, the consumer can make an informed choice.  Contact us today.