Churches Fire acquires Eton Fire Ltd and strengthens existing inhouse sprinkler capability.
Churches Fire, a nationwide company dedicated to supplying customers with the best fire protection and compliance solutions, are excited to announce the recent acquisition of Eton Fire Ltd. Eton Fire are one of the UK’s leading sprinkler system install and maintenance providers with an established nationwide customer base including major organisations such as Engie, Canary Wharf Group, JCB, CBRE and NG Bailey.
Eton Fire prides themselves on their quality approach and professional, industry accredited engineering capability. They have built a reputation for their innovative approach while maintaining their core values and traditional practices. The business has always strived to combine their experience with the latest manufacturers’ technology in order to provide their customers with the best and most up to date fire protection.
The acquisition will further strengthen Churches Fire’s existing inhouse sprinkler capability which designs, manages, installs and maintains high-quality sprinkler systems. As with Eton Fire, Churches Fire are also proud members of the British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association (BAFSA) that actively promotes the use of sprinklers in properties and the training of apprentices throughout the UK.
“We are excited to be joining Churches Fire and broadening the fire protection services that we can provide for our customers. By joining Churches Fire, we are going to become a stronger unit together.”
Mike Ballard, Founder at Eton Fire Ltd
Churches Fire provide services to over 30,000 sites countrywide. For over 25 years they have been enabling UK businesses to better protect their staff, visitors and assets helping them reduce the risk of fire. From large well-known corporate businesses to smaller, local businesses Churches Fire offer a full range of fire safety services such as fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, fire alarms, fire doors, emergency lighting and suppression systems removing the need to go to a third-party.
The acquisition builds on a successful year of growth for Churches Fire which have already completed the integration of WMS (Central) Ltd and Fire Safety Services in 2018.
“The acquisition strengthens our Churches Fire Group market offering in sprinklers systems. As with Eton Fire, Churches Fire are certified under the Loss Prevention Scheme LPS 1048 Level 3 and thus Eton customers can be assured that they will continue to receive the very highest, independently assessed service”
Lorna Hayes, Managing Director at Churches Fire