Established Fire Protection Company in Auburn, Maine

 
Eastern Fire, currently a team of 84 professionals, is a 70 year old privately-held company, owned and managed by Jerry Haynes and Marc Tardif. To say it is a family-run enterprise is an understatement, although Jerry and Marc will attest to the fact that it is a team effort, and that the team is comprised of all of the talented, resourceful and loyal personnel who make it possible to succeed in a diversified field of life and property protection services.
This is one company that understands its' responsibility to serve the client with expertise, a thorough understanding of the intricacies of the various codes that are applied and solid ethics, reflecting the values passed on by John Haynes. Safety is taken seriously, whether the task is an inspection of your property or a new installation of an alarm or fire-suppression system. The safety of your clients and employees is the driving force behind everything the company offers.
 
The safety of the company's employees is also an ongoing concern, with training and strict compliance with O.S.H.A. guidelines. Interested clients, as well as potentially new clients, are invited to visit the company in Auburn or in Bangor, inspect the workplace, ask questions and judge for themselves how Eastern Fire stacks up against the competition. The Safety Manual and Employee Manual are available for any visitor to examine.
As you can see from the navigation bar on the left-hand side of the page, many different types of systems are offered and it is important to note that the ongoing maintenance and periodic testing of those systems is provided with the same professionalism as is the initial design, fabrication and installation.
The products represented are those that have proven track records of dependability, depth of support and parts availability. You will see many links on the following pages to enable you to examine these products for yourself. Of course, you can call anytime for more information.
Thank you for considering Eastern Fire.