All fires start small, but can grow and spread furiously in an extremely short period of time. If caught early enough, damage can be minimised. Until fairly recently, fire sprinklers were mainly installed for the protection of commercial buildings, but residential installations are becoming more and more popular.
A residential fire sprinkler system is designed specifically for the domestic environment. All the pipework is concealed in the floors and walls, and the sprinklers themselves are small, neat and blend in with the decor. The heads are connected through a system of pipes to the water mains or an alternative secure source of water.
The process of installation is similar to putting in central heating, but with much less pipework, and thus less disruption. An adequate and reliable water supply is obviously essential for a sprinkler system. This can normally be obtained directly from the water mains.
If you'd like to discuss the needs of your home to protect from potential fire damage, please do get in touch and we can provide you with a free quote based on your own individual, residential circumstances. Then you can sleep soundly knowing your home and family are protected.