In the UK there has never been a fire death in a building with a fully maintained sprinkler system.
Fires are extinguished or controlled in 99% of sprinkler protected properties
Reduce average property loss by up to 70%
*National Fire Sprinkler Network Report 2017
Domestic Sprinkler Systems
Domestic systems are those designed for use in private residences usually occupied by a single family.
Fire sprinklers are now widely used as part of the fire strategy in new-build homes, but building regulations may also require them to be fitted during building renovations – particularly if you’re planning a large domestic open plan space or converting a loft.
Even if they’re not required, domestic sprinklers are still your home’s best defence against fire and can be designed to cover all or just part of your property. The type of system you’ll need will depend on the pressure of your mains water, but installation is often straightforward, and once the system is installed you’ll barely notice its there. Pipework can be hidden under floorboards and sprinkler heads fitted flush to ceilings.
Your home is the most precious place on earth. It’s where you keep your most valued possessions and treasured memories. But in the event of a fire, everything in your home could be lost. Perhaps in as little as a few minutes.
That’s less time than it takes the fire brigade to arrive. It could even be less time than it takes for the alarm to be raised.
Domestic Fire Sprinklers
A domestic sprinkler system from NFS is your home’s first line of defence against fire. It will contain and control a fire within seconds of it breaking out.
That’s precious time for you and your loved ones to escape and for your possessions to be saved.
“We have been more than pleased with what you have done for us thus far – so you will be our first point of contact for this type of work in the future whenever required.”
J. W of Morris Care Homes PLC
“Thanks for your informative call earlier today. I confirm that we are interested in the installation of a complete system for the address given above.
The building is grade 2 listed, 3 stories, 6 apartments and 1 marionette.”
Leslie – From Cornwall
What have you got to lose?