About Us

Founded in 2013, PRO-TECH FIRE INC is a Toronto Fire Protection company specializing in the supply, installation and service of fire protection systems and products. We perform maintenance, installation and inspections on fire alarm systems, fire sprinkler systems, special hazard fire suppression systems, and emergency lighting at excellent cost to value. We partner with property managers, facility managers, contractors and SME business owners for the protection of commercial, industrial and residential properties across Toronto and the GTA. With our seasoned industry knowledge, best practices and strict adherence to fire safety codes and standards, organizations and businesses can enjoy secure environments where occupants and assets are safeguarded against every type of fire hazard and scenario.


Custom Toronto Fire Safety & Fire Protection Solutions for Homes, Buildings and Facilities

PRO-TECH FIRE INC elevates fire safety standards through a complete range of custom fire protection products, services and subscriptions.

Stay ahead of your safety goals with Pro-Tech’s services designed to achieve optimized residential fire protection, commercial fire protection and industrial fire protection in the Greater Toronto Area. We help property and facility owners, managers and investors service and install top-grade fire protection equipment and technology in custom configurations and in accordance with Ontario Fire Code and National Building Code with the highest safety standards. Whether for fire prevention or rapid fire response, our services are designed to protect occupants and assets to the fullest extent of modern fire system capabilities.

  • Fire Alarm Inspections
  • Fire Sprinkler Inspections
  • Fire Extinguishers & hose
  • Emergency lighting

Our fire protection services include

ULC Listed Monitoring Service

Corrective Fire Protection Post-Fire

Custom Fire Safety Plans (AHJ Approved Fire Safety for Residential buildings, Businesses and Facilities)

Fire System Inspections and Consultation in Accordance with the Ontario Fire Code, NFPA, ULC, the National Building Code of Canada, and Insurance Company Requirements