Posted on September 17 , 2019 by admin0 Comments
Residential sprinkler systems have become more and more relevant to the point that some towns are requiring them in new residential buildings. Although these systems tend to add additional costs to any construction project, they add a level of safety that everyone can appreciate. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) sprinklers have produced the following advantages when compared to homes without them:
The purpose of a home sprinkler system is to create a longer time frame for people to exit during an active fire. This, however, is not to be confused that the sprinkler system is designed to put the fire out.
If you are moving to an apartment or condominium, make sure all common areas and individual apartments are sprinkled as usually required by the International Building Code. If in a new home or remodeling an existing, check with the local authority having jurisdiction for their specific requirements. If you are completely unsure where your specific situation may land, feel free to contact Team Engineering and we’d be happy to advise you!