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Pye-Barker Now In Kentucky!

Pye-Barker is pleased to announce our recent expansion into Kentucky through the acquisition of Pro Fire Extinguishment.  Owner Aaron Jarrell grew the business from a one man, one truck operation into the thriving, full-service fire protection company it is today, servicing a broad area with a robust customer base.

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Pye-Barker Proud to Enter Colorado

Pye-Barker is proud to announce their expansion into the western part of the United States through the recent establishment of three Colorado branches, located in Denver, Greeley, and Colorado Springs.  These new branches were added through the acquisition of Sentry Fire & Safety, a full service fire protection company that has been serving the Colorado community for over 40 years.

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Tips for a Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween everyone!  Amidst last minute costume fixes and trips to the store for one more bag of candy, safety can easily be overlooked during this spooky holiday.  Be sure to keep the following fire protection tips in mind as you prepare your trick-or-treaters for their night out, or put on the finishing touches before your own Halloween fun! Continue reading “Tips for a Happy Halloween!”

FPW 2018: Link Round-up

As Fire Prevention Week draws to a close, we want to provide a list of resources to help you continue your fire safety education.  These links are trustworthy sources for information about fire safety equipment and procedures, and have helpful tools for teaching fire safety to your children and employees. Continue reading “FPW 2018: Link Round-up”

How to Teach “Look. Listen. Learn.”

“Look. Listen. Learn.” was chosen as the 2018 Fire Prevention Week theme in order educate the public about the importance of proper fire safety awareness.  Unfortunately, studies have shown that too many people are still confused or ignorant about the proper way to respond during a fire-related emergency, resulting in increasing fire-related fatalities.  It is important to make sure that you are properly informed, and that you educate those around you as well.  Here are some tips for Continue reading “How to Teach “Look. Listen. Learn.””