100+Years Of

Fire Sprinkler Experience

 Established In 1992


About Us
Our design/build team specializes in automatic fire sprinkler systems utilizing, CPVC, Steel and a variety of other materials to suit the need of your project. 

Our in house, NICET Level 4, engineering department utilizes AutoCad and AutoSPRINK to layout the system and hydraulically calculate the pipe sizing. Our Xerox 8830 wide format copier allows us to print the documents at our office instead of using an outside source.

Having completed more than $100 million dollars worth of apartment installations, in the last 21 years, we are a leader in the multi-family market.


Important Sprinkler Facts

Each sprinkler discharges individually. All sprinklers do not diffuse at once. One sprinkler controls most fires. Sprinkler heads are heat activated. Smoke does not activate the sprinkler head.

During a fire the average sprinkler discharges eleven gallons per minute in the room of fire origin. Compared with the average fire department pumper flowing 150 to 750 gallons per minute through any opening in the house. One in 16 million sprinklers discharges due to manufacturing defect.

Fire sprinklers are the most reliable fire protection system known. They report a 99.76% success rate in communities where all fires are reported. Residential systems are installed with flow switches that sound the alarm when the system is flowing, signaling others to call the fire department. Residential & Commercial systems are designed to save lives but they also reduce the incidence of property loss by 85%.

Annually, home fires claim about 80% of the total fire deaths in the United States. Many insurance companies offer discounts for automatic fire sprinklers. The very young, elderly and disabled are most often the fatalities in a fire. Residential fire sprinklers come in various designs that can blend with any decor.

The United States has a very high incidence of fire, and the worse per capita fire death record in the industrialized world. Our fire departments here in the United States are the best in the World at extinguishing fires, but the problem is response time. To save most lives, five minutes is the crucial time period, and most alarms are received too late for the fire fighters to have a chance to save the lives of the occupants. Fire sprinklers can never replace the courageous fire fighter but they can enhance their arsenal of defense.