Nov 02

A recall has been issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Kidde for over 100 different fire extinguisher models.  These models are plastic handle and push button type, which have been attributed to over 400 incidents and 1 death.  Kidde is offering a free replacement of any of the 37.8 million extinguishers that are part of this recall, with a metal head extinguisher.

More information is available on the below sites:


Jun 20

Richmond-based Team Members had a Family Day celebration at Windy Hills Sports Park on May 6th. Team Members had the opportunity to hit on the driving range, play mini golf, try out the batting cages and ride go-karts!


Mar 31

Eagle Fire has become a supporter of Pets for Vets- Charleston Chapter. This is a 501(c)3 organization that helps our troops transition back to civilian life by providing trained and carefully selected companion pets.

Visit this site to learn more and help.


Jan 24

The winter months are the peak months for heating fires, which are the second leading cause of U.S. Home fires, deaths and injuries.

Help stay safe this winter by following these tips:

  • Keep anything that can burn at least three-feet away from heating equipment
  • Never use your oven to heat your home
  • Have heating equipment and chimneys cleaned and inspected every year by a qualified professional
  • Remember to turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to bed
  • Make sure the fireplace has a sturdy screen to stop sparks from flying into the room. Ashes should be cool before putting them in a metal container. Keep the container a safe distance away from your home
  • Test smoke alarms at least once a month.
Oct 17

Eagle Fire, other members of the Virginia Chapter of the American Fire Sprinkler Association and community members recently raised more than $100,000 to benefit the Central Virginia Burn Camp, Old Dominion Firefighters Burn Foundation and the Burn Survivors Foundation. These organizations work to improve the lives of all burn survivors, their families and caregivers. To learn more, please visit


Aug 29

Each year, Team Members from the Richmond Suppression Department provide hand portable fire extinguisher training to approximately 500-600 people in the Mid-Atlantic region. During these training sessions a video on how to properly use fire extinguishers is shown and then a live controlled fire training session is conducted. During the live training a designated area is taped off and a large fire rated pan is filled with water and then a mixture of gasoline and diesel fuel are added and ignited. The trainees are then given the opportunity to put out the fire with a dry chemical extinguisher using the PASS technique. This training class is significant in providing people with the proper way to safely extinguish a fire with a fire extinguisher.


May 31

Eagle Fire has built a training center to be used to train Team Members and customers. Included are wet pipe, dry pipe, pre-action and deluge valves, four different types of backflow preventers, a fire pump, a kitchen hood system with clean agent releasing panel and more!

sprinkler system training     backflow preventer

Mar 30

Sprinkler testing
Eagle Fire installed a sprinkler head in a mock dorm room at University of North Carolina-Charlotte to demonstrate how sprinklers operate in a fire. University officials, local fire departments and fire safety students were in attendance.

Feb 20

Eagle Fire Team Members across the company gathered in their regional offices on February 19th for a live, interactive web training on the newest version of our inspection reporting software.

Fire Safety Inspection Training

Jan 05

Eagle Fire Team Members participated in a safety day at one of our customers on October 23rd. This training day is held annually for their personnel. Topics ranged from defensive driving to snake awareness. Eagle Fire trained employees on the proper way to use a ground monitor- a water cannon that can be used to fight fires close by. Traffic cones were placed up to 200 feet away. People then got to operate the ground monitor and practiced knocking the cones down with the water jet. Eagle Fire Team Members also educated the staff on the science behind firefighting. About 65 people participated and were very appreciative of Eagle Fire taking the time to come out.