Home Fire Sprinklers Not Only Save Lives and Property; They Save Water and Reduce Pollution

A HOUSE FIRE CAN BECOME DEADLY IN LESS THAN TWO MINUTES

Fire is fast. A fire can become deadly in less than 2 minutes. Synthetic materials burn quickly and produce deadly, poisonous smoke. New homes built with unprotected, lightweight construction materials burn faster and fail more quickly in a fire.

A TRULY SMART HOME HAS FIRE SPRINKLERS

If you are building a new home, you can protect your family and the environment with home fire sprinklers. Through fast and automatic action, fire sprinklers reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 98%, they reduce fire damage by up to 97%, they reduce water usage to fight a home fire by as much as 91%, and they reduce pollutants found in waste water.**

Less fire, less smoke, less water, and less pollution. Now that’s smart!

With concealing covers, modern fire sprinklers practically disappear into ceilings and walls.

HOME FIRE SPRINKLERS ARE AFFORDABLE

Home fire sprinklers provide affordable fire protection for you and your family. On average fire sprinklers cost $1.35 per square foot of sprinklered space in new construction*.

Just like plumbing, electrical and other systems, home fire sprinkler installation is paid for over time in your mortgage. And most insurance companies provide a generous discount on insurance for sprinklered homes.

Answer your questions and get the information you need to protect your home with fire sprinklers.

 

This free brochure will help you separate common myths from the facts about fire sprinklers. It will show you how easily you can have fire sprinklers installed in your home to protect what you value most.

How to talk to your builder.

 

You want home fire sprinklers in your new home, but what if your builder has questions or concerns? Be ready with our free fact sheet. Your builder will find helpful information in this fact sheet.

*Fire Protection Research Foundation 2013

**FM Global 2009

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