Webinar: Residential Fire Sprinkler Solutions

Whether you need to meet the fire sprinkler mandate in your jurisdiction or want to add a life-safety upgrade to your homes that also helps conserve water, there’s a smart solution that really works for builders, contractors and homeowners alike. 

Whether you need to meet the fire sprinkler mandate in your jurisdiction or want to add a life-safety upgrade to your homes that also helps conserve water and other precious natural resources, there’s a smart solution that really works for builders, contractors and homeowners alike.

Click here to join Eric Skare, Innovation Manager, Uponor, on Tuesday, November 12 at 2 pm EST for an in-depth webinar on this important topic.

While you might not think of fire sprinkler systems as a sustainable building product, they actually do save significant water, building materials, and most importantly, human life. This presentation will discuss how you can promote the sustainability of your homes with fire sprinkler systems and how different systems offers benefits for builders, installers and the end user.

With more jurisdictions across the country requiring fire sprinklers in homes, a multipurpose system is a smart solution for builders. It can save on installation and materials costs compared to a separate plumbing and fire sprinkler system, and oftentimes the fire sprinklers can be installed by the builder’s plumber already on the job. Plus, it gives builders an opportunity to differentiate their houses, particularly with the recent heavy press given to natural disasters.

In this presentation, learn how a fire sprinkler system can: 

  • Benefit builders, installers, and homeowners
  • Meet codes and mandates (in place now or coming with the next code cycle)
  • Save significant amounts of water
  • Reduce the amount of building materials required for a job
  • Save lives!

Click here to register.

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