Serving the Fire & EMS Industries
Sentinel Emergency Solutions provides the highest quality emergency products including vehicles, accessory equipment, and hydraulic rescue tools for the Fire and EMS industries. Our goal is to help to develop safe work environments for emergency personnel. We partner with the finest industry suppliers, maintain knowledgeable sales personnel, and assemble a team of highly skilled service technicians to meet the needs of first responders. Our 24/7 commitment to those who protect and serve our communities ensure that you have the tools to do the job and those tools are properly maintained to ensure peak performing condition.
Sales & Administration
23 Grandview Park
Arnold, MO 63010
502 S. Richland Street
Freeburg, IL 62243
About Sentinel Emergency Solutions
There’s no grand sales pitch about how we work. It’s perfectly uncomplicated: We sell quality products at a fair price and service what we sell.
By leveraging our longstanding relationships with trusted, reliable suppliers, and by providing the expertise of our highly skilled technicians, we build, supply and service:
- Firefighting apparatus including pumpers, tankers and aerials
- EMS vehicles and equipment
Sentinel was only recently born. So how can we have over 90 years of experience? Because we created a bigger, better company by merging two great companies: Towers Fire Apparatus and Franco Emergency Solutions. Our increased size means we bring more strength and a larger commitment as we continue to serve the 4-state region of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.
With two Midwest locations and nearly 50 employees, our sales and service departments broadly serve first responders and personnel in the Fire and EMS industries.
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