Residential Fire Safety
One by one, local cities and counties are passing legislation requiring fire sprinkler systems to be installed in single-family homes. At Valley Fire, keeping your family and home safe is our top priority. Our licensed team has mastered local codes as well as National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 13D, which is the standard for single-family home installation of fire sprinkler systems.
We are ready to equip your home with a fire sprinkler system that will protect your family and your investment. Even homes with unique ceilings or interior design configurations can be fitted with a custom system.
Homeowners are often concerned about three things: the cost, the appearance of sprinkler heads and the fear that a sprinkler head could break. Let us set your mind at ease. Sprinkler systems are not expensive and the piping is tapped into your existing water main using pipes that will be hidden behind your walls and ceilings. You won’t even know they are there.
Individual sprinklers designed to cover 12 by 12 feet of space are concealed and flush to the ceiling, so they are not obtrusive or sticking out. Thus, it’s almost impossible to break one.
The advantages of having an automatic sprinkler system are endless. Only the sprinkler that experiences a certain degree of heat from the fire will activate water flow. The sprinkler system works even when you are not home, giving you peace of mind that your home is safe at all times, even while you’re sleeping.