Home Fire Sprinkler Inspections

Nine out of every 10 structure fire deaths happen at home.

Simple steps can be taken to keep your family and property safe. Installing a home fire sprinkler system is the first step.

Having a fire sprinkler system installed puts you a step ahead in home fire protection.  Having a yearly inspection by an expert that ensures the entire system is functioning properly is vital.

Conducting Yearly inspections of your fire sprinkler system is vital.  A devastating fire can strike at any time.  Peace of mind comes with knowing your system is operational and will respond when you need it most.

Act First.  Call NOW to schedule your Home Fire Sprinkler Inspection.

Annual Home Fire Inspections & Testing include:

  • Fire Sprinkler
  • Smoke Alarms
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms
  • Attic Sprinklers
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Water flow test

Professional and Courteous Inspections with prices so low your family can’t afford not to.

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How a Home Fire Sprinkler system works

Sprinklers are connected along a network of piping, usually hidden in your walls or ceilings.  Each sprinkler operates individually.  They do NOT all operate at once.  Sprinklers operate in response to the heat of a fire, they are not activated by smoke or smoke alarms.

The technology behind a sprinkler is fairly simple.  Many home sprinklers are hidden beneath a cover.  These covers are heat sensitive and “fall-off” once they are exposed to temperatures of approximately 130o F.  Beneath the cover is hidden the sprinkler.  Home sprinklers generally contain a small glass tube that is also temperature sensitive.  Once the temperature reaches between 135o-165 o F the glass tube bursts, releasing water.  A small metal deflector hanging below the water orifice deflects the water over the fire.

When a fire starts in a room the heat and smoke quickly rise to the ceiling.  Even small fires will quickly reach the sprinkler activation temperature of 135o-165 o F.  Once that temperature is reached the sprinkler reacts to the fire.  Again, they react individually to heat and not to smoke of smoke alarms.  Most times 1 or 2 sprinkler heads is all it will take to put out the fire.