Dayton-area fire feature firm acquires longstanding manufacturer based out of Kettering

The fire feature expert in the Dayton region has acquired a sheet metal contractor based out of Kettering. This will open unlimited possibilities to the company and could lead to more hires.

Dayton-area fire feature firm acquires longstanding manufacturer based out of Kettering

A sheet metal contractor from Kettering has been acquired by a fire feature expert in Dayton. The acquisition could open up new opportunities for the company, and lead to additional hires.

HPC Fire Inspired, based in Miamisburg, recently acquired Tru-Fab LLC. This fabrication company has supplied HPC for years. HPC Fire Inspired's ability for custom solutions to be CSA certified has improved with the acquisition of Tru-Fab LLC. The company is also better positioned to meet customer delivery deadlines.

Sean Steimle is the CEO of HPC Fire Inspired. He said that this acquisition will enhance our ability to create unique fire effects in backyards and commercial venues. 'We're excited to bring together the talented and experienced Tru-Fab team, with our HPC Fire Inspired family.

Tru-Fab's unique metal fabrication capabilities will continue to support customers through: metal, shearing and breaking, punching; painting, welding; grinding, finishing, and finishing. Tru-Fab’s precision fabrication is made possible by their state-of-the-art equipment, including: CNC Automative press breaks, Turrets, Shearing Equipments, Welders and Lasers.

HPC will be able to continue to innovate and develop new technology with a shorter lead time thanks to the acquisition.

HPC Fire Inspired has 65 employees in the locality. The company is well-known for its innovative products and technologies, such as SmartArc and Home Automation. HPC offers gas fire features, fire-and water features, and other products that are suitable for both residential and commercial use. Products are sold by hundreds of specialty retailers as well as select online merchants.