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Start here to build your Seagrave to meet your fire department's needs. After we receive your request, we will review it, and a qualified sales representative will contact you to review your specified apparatus.

Please note that not all choices are available for all models.

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Note - not all choices are available on all apparatus.

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The entire Seagrave team is dedicated to manufacturing top-quality apparatus for the fire and rescue service industries. As a single-source manufacturer, we integrate design, construction, and assembly all under one roof. The result is a better-performing, longer-lasting product from bumper to bumper. Seagrave engineers and builds its aerial ladders and chassis – one of our unique manufacturing distinctions. Our life-saving “safety cage” cab designs have also earned us an unmatched reputation for dependability under the toughest conditions. Today, Seagrave offers one of the broadest lines of custom firefighting and rescue apparatus, including aerials, aerial platforms, tractor-drawn aerials, pumpers, and rescue units. In addition, Seagrave has established an impressive offering of commercial firefighting and rescue units that also embrace the Seagrave tradition of quality.

Read testimonial from Mount Kisco New York with their pre-construction experience →

  • Custom drawings displayed to the team for review

  • We meet with your team going over your custom needs

  • Final review checklist to be sure everything meets your expectations

  • Inspecting your vehicle during construction to eliminate any issues
    Final walkthrough with engineers before delivery


"The order clean-up meeting consisted of two full days in a conference room pouring over the specifications, line by line, and making modifications and changes as we went along. Various Seagrave engineers were at our disposal and were there to answer questions, make recommendations, and identify potential issues/concerns. A digital line drawing of our pumper was presented on a large screen television and changes were made on-the-fly as we went through the specifications. We left the pre-construction meeting with a full understanding of every facet of the rig and had made over 200 changes to the specifications. Approximately two weeks following our trip to the factory, we were provided with a Sales Order Update enumerating all of the changes made during the order clean-up meeting for our review and approval."

Jan K. Johannessen,
Chairman, and Members of the Truck Committee
The Independent Fire Company of Mount Kisco, New York