Hawkeye Fire & Safety has been a symbol of fire protection in Eastern Iowa for 35 years. We can be your single source of fire protection products, services, code and insurance compliances, local fire department inspector compliances, along with all our safety products. Our technicians are all state and industry certified. Our markets include industrial, commercial, healthcare, municipal, educational institutions and multi-family housing.Learn More
Your company should expect the unexpected and be prepared for any type of emergency. Hawkeye Fire & Safety will make sure you have your emergency and safety supplies and first aid kits stocked, bio-hazard supplies in place and eye, and hearing protection to prevent injuries to your employees. From bandages and burn care ointments to ear plugs and safety glasses, we have it all to keep your company, hospital or municipality safe and ready for anything.Learn More
At Hawkeye Fire & Safety Company our goal is to give high quality beverage carbonic gases and service to the food service and hospitality industry. You can depend on us for prompt delivery and service. We have a 24 hours answering service in case of emergencies. You can count on us to do all the heavy delivery work and hook up your tanks. We are also available to refill your personal CO2 tank, usually within 24 hours.Learn More
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A fire extinguisher can definitely be a life-saving tool in certain situations, but did you know there are different types of fire extinguishers for different types of fires? Planning ahead and stocking a fire extinguisher in an area of your home where it is most...Learn More
When a fire breaks out at a small business, is it better for employees to stay and fight the fire, or is it more important for everyone to get out safely and call the professionals in to fight the fire? It is always most important to keep individual safety at the...Learn More
Nobody likes to think bad things are going to happen. But they do, and businesses need to have a plan in place before they do. In fact, OSHA requires many businesses to have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in place for when emergencies and disasters strike. Even if...Learn More