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Phone : 252 216 5642

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152 Old Church Road
Wanchese, NC 27981

Guarding Your Peace of Mind: Premier Fire Protection Service on the Outer Banks!

At Action First Fire Protection, we take pride in safeguarding the Outer Banks community from Ocracoke to Corova, and Currituck County, with our unparalleled fire protection services. Your safety is our top priority, and we are committed to providing comprehensive solutions that protect lives, property, and the natural beauty of the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

About Us

Smoke & CO Alarm
2023 Best Fire Protection Company


The Best Solutions
For Your Safety

  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Emergency Lighting
  • Smoke/CO Alarms
  • Fireboy Systems

Rest easy knowing your reports meet and exceed regulatory standards. Our reports are designed to keep you compliant, reducing the risk and ensuring your premises are well-protected.


Tailored Solutions for Every Space
Whether you’re securing a home, office, or industrial complex, Action First Fire Protection offers customized solutions to meet your unique needs. Our experts work with you to create a fire safety plan that fits seamlessly into your environment.



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Frequently Asked Questions

We are ICC/NAFED Certified # 8896762

A UL-approved ABC (2:A, 10:BC) rated extinguisher is standard for home use.

 ABC is a multi-purpose dry chemical useful for –
Class A fires = combustibles such as wood, cloth and plastics 
Class B fires = flammable liquids 
Class C fires = energized electrical equipment 

 Yes – per NFPA 10 and AHJ’s (authority having jurisdiction) and done by a certified person 

Yes – per manufacturers’ service manual and NFPA 10. Depending on type of extinguisher, internal examination on 1-6 year intervals and 5 to 12 year intervals for hydrostatic test. 

NFPA 72 for many years has required at minimum smoke alarms be installed inside every sleeping room (even for existing homes) outside each sleeping area and on every level of home. 

At a minimum on each level of home. Also in bedrooms with fuel burning appliance, near but not in attached garages, also not within 10ft of a fuel burning appliance. 

Yes – per NFPA 101 and 70, OSHA 29CFR1910. Annually a 90 minute test and a monthly 30 second test with documentation of test and maintenance to be kept for an OSHA or AHJ (authority having jurisdiction) future inspection.



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