Sunday, 18 June 2017

Blogs about Residential Fire Sprinklers

Posted by Jason Hugo on 8/12/2016 to Residential Fire Protection

The war on residential fire sprinklers is rooted in misguided information and fought by industry groups with vested interests. This blog compiles the Sprinkler System Installation arguments and dispels the myths. Then it ends with a proposed compromise that will benefit homeowners and the construction industry. Enjoy!

Posted by Jason Hugo on 12/5/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

Tis the season for fireplaces and Christmas trees. Learn best practices to keep you and your family FIRE-safe during the holiday season in today's blog!

Posted by Jason Hugo on 10/8/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

< br>Welcome to National Fire Prevention Week 2013! In honor of this safety campaign we've compiled our top 15 tips for preventing kitchen fires.

Posted by Jason Hugo on 9/17/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

A fire becomes deadly incredibly fast. Within minutes your home or business can be engulfed in flames and filled with toxic smoke. The chances for survival diminish quickly. Walk through a typical fire scenario and learn about flashover and fire department response times in this week's blog.

Posted by Jason Hugo on 4/2/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

Residential fire sprinkler systems pay for themselves through homeowners insurance discounts.

Posted by Jason Hugo on 2/19/2013 Sprinkler Installation Denton to Fire Sprinkler Regulatory

Learn about the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition and all the great work they do promotin g the residential fire sprinkler industry.

Posted by Jason Hugo on 1/23/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

Lightweight construction has been the leading cause of death for homeowners and firefighters since the 1960's. Learn how fire sprinklers can help protect your family and firefighters.

Posted by Jason Hugo on 1/17/2013 to Residential Fire Protection

This blog examines the devastating effects of a recent fire in Maryland and the life-saving technology that could have helped prevent it.

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