New tool in Home Builder’s toolbox: HFSC website

This past month I was fortunate enough to attend The NFPA (National Fire Protection Assoc.) Conference.  One of my sessions was hosted by the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition (HFSC) with the intent of providing useful information surrounding the issue of Home Fire Sprinklers.  I was happy to learn yesterday that the HFSC has launched a new website that provides information for Home Buyers, Builders and the Fire Service.  I have posted the useful information from the Builder’s page below.  The time is now for us to change our perceptions of what is an acceptable level of protection and safety in our homes.  As the HFSC likes to say : Protect what you value most™!

8 Out of 10 Fire Deaths Occur in the Home

Including fire sprinklers in your new homes is a great idea that can save lives and money. But it does raise many questions. This website is designed to answer your questions and simplify the process. As a builder or developer you can take advantage of the many trade-ups that are available to reduce your costs and offer your customers a superior product.

Why Home Fire Sprinklers are Needed

Find out about the life-saving benefits of fire sprinklers.

How Fire Sprinklers Work

Discover the simplicity and reliability of fire sprinklers.

Building with Sprinklers

Here is a detailed guide to including fire sprinklers in your new homes.

Living with Sprinklers

We have tools and information you can give to your customers about living in a home protected by fire sprinklers.

Fire Sprinklers are Green

Fire sprinklers don’t just save lives, they help save the environment. Find out how.

Fire Sprinkler News

The latest news about fire sprinklers and fire safety. You can also read our e-newsletter.

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