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Including fire sprinklers in your new home is a great idea that can save your family’s lives. But it does raise many questions. This Web site is designed to answer your questions and simplify the process. There is also information about retrofitting your existing home.

Fire Sprinklers Reduce Water Damage

Fire hoses, on average, use eight-and-a-half times more water than sprinklers do to contain a fire.

    1. Home fire sprinklers can contain and may even extinguish a fire in less time than it would take the fire department to arrive on the scene.
    2. Nationwide, more than 300 people die in fires each year.
    3. Fire sprinklers save lives, reduce property loss and can even help cut homeowner insurance premiums.
    4. Installing both smoke alarms and a fire sprinkler system reduces the risk of death in a home fire by 82%, relative to having neither.
    5. Only the sprinkler closest to the fire will activate, spraying water directly on the fire. Ninety percent of fires are contained by the operation of just one sprinkler.
    6. Nationally, on average, home fire sprinkler systems add 1% to 1.5% of the total building cost in new construction.
    7. Home fire sprinklers use only a fraction of the water used by fire department hoses.
    8. Home fire sprinkler systems are at least as reliable as home plumbing systems
    9. Modern residential sprinklers are inconspicuous and can be mounted flush with walls or ceilings.
  • Retrofitting Fire Sprinkler Systems

    Retrofitting your residential, commercial or industrial fire sprinkler system is the process of adding a fire protection system including fire sprinklers, fire alarms and/or fire suppression systems to an existing building that never had a fire sprinkler system installed.

    Retrofitting Your Home Residence for a Fire Sprinkler System

    You can retrofit a residential fire sprinkler system, if your home does not already have installed fire sprinklers, fire alarms or fire suppression systems. When you are retrofitting residential fire sprinkler systems you are adding to the existing construction of the home new fire sprinklers, fire alarms and/or fire suppression systems.