Pye Barker Fire Covington, GA

Branch Feature: Covington, GA

The Pye-Barker Fire & Safety branch in Covington, Georgia is special in many ways. The office itself was founded in 1976 as D&C Fire Protection, and joined the Pye-Barker family in June 2016. D&C Fire Protection was the first company that Pye-Barker acquired with a focus on new sprinkler construction. Thirteen of the employees now working for Pye-Barker came from this original company, as did Branch Manager Bradley McCullough, who was D&C’s longest tendered employee.

Although the Covington branch focuses primarily on new construction, the team also provides a variety of sprinkler services, including tenant upgrades, and the service, inspection, and engineering of any commercial or residential sprinkler systems. This also includes fire pump performance testing and backflow preventor inspections. Covington serves the greater Atlanta area.

The branch employs four new construction crews, two service technicians, three inspectors, and one designer, supported by office manager Kim Muise and staff. John Cheek, the branch’s Sales and Design Manager, was an original D&C employee, and has proven to be a valuable asset to the Pye-Barker family. Since the acquisition, he not only served as Pye-Barker’s sprinkler license holder in Georgia, but also has  become the sprinkler license holder in Florida and Tennessee, earned his South Carolina license, and begun his pursuit of a North Carolina sprinkler license as well.

“Pye-Barker Fire & Safety in Covington is a family-oriented branch that strives to provide the highest level of customer service and takes pride in the services and products we provide,” shares Branch Manager Brad McCullough, “We have the fastest, most reliable and responsive emergency service in the Atlanta area.”

Give the stellar team in Covington, GA a call today for help with your sprinkler systems needs: 770-482-4100.

Top image: the PBFS team of Covington, GA. Middle image: Branch Manager Brad McCullough (left) and Design Manager John Cheek (right) at a Clemson game, part of the annual PBFS managers’ meeting, Bottom image: a sprinkler system inspected by the Covington team.