A fire sprinkler system is designed and engineered to save lives and property from the dangers of fire. Fire sprinkler systems have been in use for hundreds of years protecting homes, business and people from the destructive nature of fire, modern technology and science have come a long way since the inception of fire sprinkler systems. We explain the different types of fire sprinkler systems available for use in your home residence, commercial business, public facility or industrial building and give you some pointers along the way.
Installing a Fire Sprinkler System
Installing a fire sprinkler system into your home residence or commercial business will only help give you peace of mind, meet any state or city building, fire and health requirements, it will even help you save money on your fire hazard insurance policy. (Contact your insurance agent for details)
Fire Sprinkler System Service, Repair and Maintenance
Keeping your fire sprinkler system properly maintained through service and repair will be required on all installed fire sprinkler systems. Always contact a licensed fire sprinkler company, certified fire sprinkler technician, or fire safety engineer conduct service calls made to repair your fire sprinkler system.
Required Fire Sprinkler Tests and Inspections
Your fire sprinkler system will require monthly, semi-annual, annual and 5, 6, 12 year tests and inspections depending on the types of fire sprinkler systems you have installed. Have a licensed fire sprinkler company, certified fire sprinkler technician or fire safety engineer establish a set schedule and frequency for your fire sprinkler tests and inspections
Residential, Commercial and Industrial Fire Sprinkler Systems
Residential fire sprinkler systems are designed and engineered to keep your family, belongings and home safe in the event of a fire. The commercial and industrial fire sprinkler systems are designed and engineered to save lives, inventory and property from the dangers of fire, many states and cities require that all commercial and industrial business have installed fire sprinkler systems to meet state, city and insurance agency fire, health and building codes.