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Fire Sprinklers in Homes

Home Fire sprinklers are becoming more common place. This is not surprising when you learn that roughly 80% of all fire deaths occur at home in private residential properties

Fire sprinklers have been around for more than a century, protecting commercial and industrial properties and public buildings. What many people don’t realize is that the same life-saving technology is also available for homes.

Why Have a Fire Sprinkler in your Home?

There are many reasons to consider having a sprinkler fitted in your house. A sprinklers can dramatically reduce the heat, flames, and smoke produced in a fire. This can:

  • Contain the fire and restrict the damage to your property and possessions.
  • Minimise water damage as the sprinkler will activate early only in the area of the fire.
  • Protect residents in the event of a fire by slowing and even stopping the fire giving you, your family and your pets more time to safely leave the hose. 
  • Reduce financial loses in the event of a fire.
  • Protect private possessions or collections which my be difficult to replace or have significant sentimental value.

Facts about home fire sprinklers

Automatic sprinklers are highly effective and reliable elements of total system designs for fire protection in buildings. According to NFPA’s “U.S. Experience with Sprinklers” report:

  • The death rate of occupants per 1,000 reported home fires was 89% lower in homes with sprinklers than in homes without.
  • The average firefighter injury rate was nearly 80% lower when fire sprinklers were present during fires.
  • When sprinklers were present, fires were kept to the room of origin 97% of the time.
  • The home fire death rate was 90% lower when fire sprinklers and hardwired smoke alarms were present. By comparison, this death rate is only 18% lower when battery-powered smoke alarms are present but automatic extinguishing systems weren’t.

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