Residential Fire Systems
In-Home Fire Systems
As new homes are being built, the need for safer fire protection solutions are becoming more relevant. Throughout the country, new developments are now requiring a sprinkler systems to be installed.
A residential fire system can give you the peace of mind knowing that you and your loved ones are safe.
The Truth About Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems
Very few homes have a sprinkler fire protection system installed. This is about to change though as local municipalities are starting to push back on the common misconceptions people have about having a sprinkler system installed. Some of the most common misconceptions include:
"I have a smoke alarm in every room, so I'm safe."
Although smoke alarms are a great asset, this does not mean that they can keep you entirely safe. Many people have a hard time waking from a deep sleep when their alarms go off, or it can take several minutes for a person to take action. It only takes a fire several seconds to spread throughout your home which can cause you or your loved ones to be trapped in a situation that you don't want to be in.
"Only a commercial building can afford a fire sprinkler system."
Installing a fire sprinkler system costs the same amount as installing new laminate flooring in your kitchen. It's extremely cost effective and can one day save your life if needed.
"A fire sprinkler system will look ugly in my home."
Most residential systems differ from commercial systems. We design our systems to blend in with your ceilings and walls so that they don't make an obvious statement.