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Green Fire Sprinklers?

NFPA Journal features new research on dramatic water savings in sprinklered homes during a fire One of the best defenses against anti-sprinkler legislation is sound research that can be used to convince lawmakers, whether through public outreach or legislative testimony, … Continue reading

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Fire Chief calls for help

Fire chief calls for residential sprinklers after fire destroys  home According to a report on BurlingtonFreePress.com, the chief of the Colchester Center (VT) Fire Company is re-issuing his call for local lawmakers to require automatic sprinkler systems in new homes. This comes … Continue reading

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Calgary Chief backs code change

KATIE TURNER // METRO CALGARY Published: December 09, 2010 5:32 a.m. Last modified: December 09, 2010 12:33 a.m.   Email   more Be the first to comment Print article Text size                  // // Calgary’s fire chief was given the go-ahead … Continue reading

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Myth #3: sprinklers are too expensive

In an attempt to understand the true local (Alberta) cost of adding a sprinkler system to a new home I have broken down some figures from the past 2 1/2 years.  These are Gold Seal Homes’ figures and are reflective of … Continue reading

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