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How often should I have my fire sprinkler system inspected?
Per NFPA 25, fire sprinkler systems should be tested by a fire sprinkler contractor at least annually or as required by the authority having jurisdiction.
Do you provide custom fire sprinkler system installations?
Yes, at A&A Fire Protection we can customize your fire sprinkler system while making sure your property is fully protected.
If one sprinkler head goes off do they all go off?
No. Only the head(s) closest to the fire will go off. Fire sprinkler heads are activated by heat and will only activate if the head reaches the temperature required to activate it.
Do you provide modern options?
Modern home fire sprinklers are inconspicuous and can be mounted flush with walls or ceilings. You can also special order plates to match any color paint.
What is a wet fire sprinkler system?
The fire sprinkler system is constantly charged with water under pressure, which holds the fire sprinkler valve in the closed position. When a fire sprinkler is activated, water instantly flows on to the fire. A wet fire sprinkler system is commonly installed in areas where the ambient temperature is above 40 degrees F.
What is a dry fire sprinkler system?
Used where a freezing risk may arise, the dry fire sprinkler system is constantly charged with compressed air, which holds the fire sprinkler valve in the closed position. When activated, the air pressure is lost, the valve opens and water flows into the system and on to the fire. A dry fire sprinkler system is commonly installed in areas where the ambient temperature is at or below 40 degrees F.