A home sprinkler will protect your family and home from the dangers of fire, 24 hours a day.
Every three hours a home burns in New Zealand. Each year on average 19 people lose their lives in a house fire and over $141 million damage was caused.
But the emotional and financial devastation caused by fire doesn’t have to happen. Installing a home sprinkler when you’re at the framing stage of your new home is the most cost effective way of protecting the things you value the most. But, increasingly, installing sprinklers into existing homes (retro-fitting) is becoming a viable alternative. They don’t even need to connect to your council’s water supply.
Home sprinklers use ordinary domestic plumbing and can be installed by a qualified plumber in around two days. But here are some other things you might not know about sprinklers:
If you’re building a new home, or doing some major renovations, consider installing home sprinklers and hard-wired smoke alarms.
These are the only fire detection and suppression methods that will give you and your family round-the-clock peace of mind.
For more information about home sprinklers please visit the New Zealand Fire Service's home sprinkler website... www.homesprinklers.fire.org.nz
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