Our mission at Emerald Fire. is to provide the highest quality fire protection systems to protect lives and property and meet the needs of our customers. We continue to provide industry leadership through professionalism and commitment.
This goal is achieved through the use of knowledgeable design, the best materials, first class fabrication, timely installation and attentive project management. Since we are a service company, our desire is to develop a long-term relationship with each customer. The result of meeting this goal is mutually beneficial to both our customers and our employees.
Relationships are Key
Emerald Fire recognizes how important it is to develop good working relationships with our customers. By being proactive in our efforts to be part of the design and construction team, we become important active participants in your efforts to have a smooth successful project. We have been providing the highest quality fire protection systems to the Northwest market since 1989. Our quality and performance are known throughout the region’s construction industry.
People are Key
Emerald recognizes that companies are perceived to be only as good as the people who represent them. For that reason, we take pride in recognizing the quality and experience of our people. Our design team has a total of over 150 years of cumulative experience in the fire sprinkler industry, including designers with NICET Level III and IV certification. On-going training ensures we keep up with the latest industry trends, while ensuring cost effective solutions for our clients. We endeavor to exceed your expectations.
Experience is Key
Emerald Fire understands and has the experience, expertise, equipment, and manpower to get the job done. We understand the many elements of effective fire protection and how they work together with building designs to preserve life and property, optimize safety, and provide cost-effective project completions. Our background is richly based in contract installations of large and small water-based fire protection systems within a wide range of occupancies. Not only do we know the theory behind fire protection, we know what it takes to apply that theory to real-world installations of systems we design.