Are new home just as safe as older homes?
Why were fire sprinklers added to the national model codes?
Homebuilders argue that fire sprinklers are not necessary; that smoke detectors are all that is needed. Is that true?
Did the fire sprinkler industry high-jack the code process from the homebuilders?
Some water utilities argue that they need a separate tap for home fire sprinklers – is this necessary?
According to a new study by the NAHB, each $1,000 increase in the cost of a new home forces 206,000 prospective buyers out of the market place. Is this true?
Homebuilders still claim that when one sprinkler goes off, they all go off, just like in the movies. Is that true?
What is the true cost of home fire sprinklers?
Homebuilders argue that the code should make fire sprinklers a consumer option. Is this a good idea?
Why do new homes need fire sprinklers? What are the true benefits?