FireMaster History and Prior Experience

At Master Protection, LP (or FireMaster®), we design, sell, install and service a full range of fire suppression equipment and systems to reduce risks and damage from accidental fires. Since the 1960s, FireMaster® has built a reputation as the leading brand in fire suppression, known for prompt, quality service provided by technically proficient, highly trained service professionals.  We are recognized by our famous logo of a firefighter taming a fire.

We started in the 1960s. By the 1980s, we had become a leading regional fire protection company and later expanded throughout much of the United States.FireMaster Phoenix Office – 1990s

Fire is everyone’s concern.  So our services are always needed by building and property owners. Starting in the 1980s, we offered franchises to experienced, dedicated professionals interested in helping building and property owners manage and reduce risks of fire dangers.  Many of our early franchisees had been service technician employees or independent contractors of our company. Today, several have operated FireMaster® franchises continuously for decades.

In 2001 FireMaster® was acquired by a public company, Tyco International. In 2016 Tyco merged with Johnson Controls.  Today we are part of Johnson Controls, a global leader in building products and technology, integrated solutions, energy storage and information-based retail solutions.  Our franchisees have continued to partner with us over many years of affiliation with FireMaster®, which we view as a testament to the quality of our organization, the pride of our franchisees, and the goodwill, personal growth, income potential and professionalism our organization delivers.

As part of the global Johnson Controls team, FireMaster® is dedicated to delivering single-source life safety solutions that meet the needs of our customers. We offer a quality franchise program.  In collaboration with our affiliate, Johnson Controls, FireMaster® offers a total solution across all fire protection, life-safety, security and building control needs today and long into the future.