Sheffield fire protection company Pyramid Fire Protection launch new website

10th December 2013

The Rutland Road based firm who recently joined the social media world with their @pyramid_fire presence have just launched a new website and YouTube channel.

The company has had a busy 2013 with the celebra!on of the 45th anniversary earlier in the year and the launch of their new commercial logo -At the forefront of fire protec!on for over 45 years to celebrate this significant achievement. The team have also been successful in renewing their safecontractor membership and proudly joining the industry lead body the Fire Industry Associa!on (FIA) for the first !me in October this year. Pyramid have built up a successful reputa!on across the full spectrum of fire protec!on with fire alarm, emergency ligh!ng and fire suppression being the mainstays of the business over their 45 years' trading. In the last 18 months the company has diversified into the related field of poisonous and flammable gas detec!on which is of great importance to the chemical, refining and many manufacturing industries. The new website also allows downloading of the Pyramid e-brochure as the team look to further embrace their environmental commitment by moving away from printed commercial collateral. You can now keep up to date with what is going on with the Pyramid team of qualified specialists via the new website or by following them on twiter @pyramid_fire .

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