Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems

At USAutomatic Fire & Security, we are committed to providing a complete range of residential fire protection solutions and services. We strive to help both builders and consumers better understand the impact and benefits of various types of residential loss prevention technologies.

Due to our extensive experience, we design, install, inspect, and service residential fire sprinkler systems. We understand first hand local and national code requirements. Our mission is to educate both builders and consumers on the benefits of using residential fire sprinkler systems.

Builders

If you are a builder or a developer who is considering a residential automatic fire sprinkler system installation in your new construction project, you’re in good company. In a competitive marketplace, service is becoming pivotal. Developers and builders have an increased responsibility to provide additional value to their clients. Installing a residential fire sprinkler system is a great way to enhance the safety value of your products and services. A typical residential sprinkler system costs about $1.61 per square foot. This cost is about the same as upgraded cabinets or carpet (based on U.S. Fire Administration statistics).

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Consumers

If you are a consumer considering installing a residential automatic fire sprinkler system in your home, you’re not alone. Consumers now have more choices than ever and now you have an affordable way to protect your greatest assets – the lives of your family members. Residential fire sprinkler systems are a great way to do just that. Working smoke alarms and home fire sprinklers can reduce the risk of death from fire by more than 80 percent (based on U.S. Fire Administration statistics). Contact USAutomatic Fire & Security for information on protecting both your life and your property.

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