Installing a home fire sprinkler system inside the home is greatly beneficial for several reasons. The most obvious reason is that a fire sprinkler in a home will put out a fire or, at the very least, prevent it from spreading quickly so that the fire department has time to get there.
However, there are a variety of green benefits that come along with installing a fire sprinkler into a residential home.
A residential fire sprinkler system will save water in the event of a fire.
Did you know that fire departments can use up to 250 gallons of water every minute when they are fighting a house fire? That’s a lot of water being used at once. By comparison, home fire sprinklers use much less water, as they only put out about 15 gallons of water per minute. Plus, fire sprinklers are just as effective at putting fires out since they kick on at the first sign of a fire.
A residential fire sprinkler system will stop greenhouse gases from making their way into the air during a fire.
When a home catches on fire, more than just the home is damaged. The environment takes a hit as well since there are many dangerous greenhouse gases being released into the atmosphere. Home fire sprinkler systems cut down on those greenhouse gases dramatically. In fact, they reduce greenhouse gases by almost 98 percent because they put out a fire before it’s able to spread and burn more materials.
A residential fire sprinkler system will prevent homeowners from having to rebuild following a fire.
In the aftermath of a fire, a homeowner is forced to rebuild a house with new materials. There are greenhouse gases that must be used to produce those materials and to transport them to the location of the home. This means that the environment continues to be affected by a fire long after it has been put out. By using a home fire sprinkler system, you can cut down on the amount of damage done during a fire so that you won’t have to replace much at all.
Would you like to learn more about the benefits of installing a home fire sprinkler system? Contact Fire Tech Residential Sprinklers, LLC today. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will provide you with accurate information and dependable, first-rate service.
I like your article about the benefits of having a fire sprinkler installed at home. My house is made of wood, and I worry that when a fire starts, it will devour my house. Rebuilding after a fire can be costly and stressful. I like how a residential fire sprinkler can prevent homeowners like me from having to rebuild following a fire. It’s great to know that with a fire sprinkler system in place, the amount damages resulting from a fire can be cut down. It may also prevent the fire altogether. I’ll see if I can get a professional to give me more information.
Wow, it’s interesting to know that a home fire sprinkler system has green benefits. I was thinking of getting an installation in case we experience a fire in the house. I like what you said that residents don’t have to worry about replacing the damage during a fire, which can help them cut some expenses.