More sprinkler myths debunked in recent Chicago Tribune article

Blog Post created by ryan.quinn Employee on Apr 27, 2011

Proclaiming that "sprinkler systems can reduce damage and even save lives in new homes", the Chicago Tribune recently published an article citing the effectiveness of residential sprinklers, and set the record straight for misinformed builders and consumers. Correcting common misconceptions, the Tribune used valuable NFPA data to substantiate the facts: sprinkler systems do not carry a hefty price tag, cause more property damage, or use more water than the fire department. Get all the facts on how sprinklers work on our website. 

- Karen Wallingford