The Story of Service 1 st Fire Protection

Licensed & Reliable Company Serving the Phoenix Area

At Service 1st Fire Protection, we have faithfully provided expert services to the areas of Phoenix and Tucson for many years. Throughout our time in business, we have steadily earned a strong reputation for ourselves as being skilled, reliable, and thoroughly qualified in the area of fire protection. You can trust us to do the job well!

Our numerous qualifications, such as the following, are reflections of our expert skill and service:

  • We are members of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
  • We are members of the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED)
  • All our technicians are certified by the CSA
  • All our technicians are specialists in their particular area of expertise

Not only do we provide you with the best in Phoenix fire protection services, but we also understand the personal side of successfully running a business. We are well known for our excellent customer service and genuine care for our customers. We truly enjoy what we do and we want you to be happy with the end result we provide.

Providing Excellent & Consistent Service Since 2006

We are committed to doing our absolute best to serve you in any way we can! Our goal is your complete satisfaction. Anytime you are facing challenges with your existing equipment or need a new system installed fast, we can help!

We offer various types of service, including the following:

Our technicians are standing by, ready to work any time you need them. All of our workers are specialists in their particular areas, so you can we sure you are receive professional help from the best source. Whether you are thinking about installing a brand new system or whether you require repairs on equipment you have owned for many years, hire our experienced workers right away!

Give us a call at (623) 582-3369 to learn more today!

Why Choose Us?

  • Competitive Pricing
  • 24/7 Emergency Service Available
  • Quality Personal Client Service