Fire Sprinklers save water otherwise used by fire departments to extinguish fires in unsprinklered structures.
Fire Sprinklers use, on average, 341 gallons of water to extinguish a house fire. Firefighters need, on average, 2,935 gallons to put out fires.
Keep the Earth clean!
Fire Sprinklers reduce the amounts of toxins introduced into the environment by extinguishing fires before they are able to spread to an unmanageable stage.
Save a tree!
Fire Sprinklers minimize the amount of damage caused by fire, which significantly reduces the use of our natural resources to rebuild the burned out structures.
Reduce waste to landfills!
Fire Sprinklers dramatically reduce the amount of waste piled into our landfills from burned out structures and personal property.
Reduce your carbon footprint!
Fire Sprinklers dramatically reduce the amount of CO2 emissions in the air as well at the reduction of toxic gas.
Fire Sprinklers reduce the amount of toxic runoff that pollute ground water and streams by extinguishing fires before they result in total destruction of buildings.
Protect your home!
Over 90% of fires are controlled by the operation of just one fire sprinkler.
There has never been a multiple fatality in any building with a properly operating fire sprinkler system. NEVER!
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