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Experts calculate the cost of fire in Canada to run into the billions of dollars annually. In fact, in 2019, estimated losses were close to $970 million in Ontario alone. (Ontario Fire Incident Summary, Office of the Fire Marshall).

By maintaining an active membership in the two leading trade associations in Canada, Superior Sprinkler works hard to alleviate Canada’s record of fire loss by staying current with the latest fire, electrical, building and life safety requirements, technologies, and practices.

National Fire Protection Association

Helping to save lives and protect property around the world, NFPA develops, publishes, and disseminates more than 300 consensus codes and standards intended to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other risks. Virtually every building, process, service, design, and installation in society today is affected by NFPA documents.

Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association

C.A.S.A. works in a progressive manner to augment present fire defense capabilities and to assist communities in their continuing efforts to reduce or stabilize the escalating costs of fire losses. The association has developed, as part of a National Public Awareness Campaign, a series of programs designed to lessen the impact of these staggering costs through the use of modern fire sprinkler technology.

Being fully informed and staying abreast of industry news and trends is important when considering a fire sprinkler company for your project. As a service to our clients both present and future, we post websites here that we think will be useful in that research.

The Canadian Fire Safety Association

Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs

American Fire Sprinkler Association

Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition


2175 Teston Rd
Maple, ON
L6A 1R3


1826 25th Avenue NE
Bay 4 
Calgary, AB
T2E 7K1

Save All Fire Services

10723 – 181 Street
Edmonton, AB
T5S 1N3