Are pull stations required in villas or summer houses as per NFPA?
Are you asking for duplexes, individual homes, separated townhouses,. or multi-family/apartments being used as rentals? Typically you'd not see pull stations unless there was a common overall building alarm system that covered multiple occupancies or shared exit pathways? In no case have I seen pull stations required within individual residential dwelling units.
Yes an individual home of three floors and one basement
I've not seen any requirement for a pull station in stand alone single family dwelling. It could be that someone feels to have a complete NFPA 72 compliant alarm system the pull stations are needed? These are common in commercial systems, but very uncommon in one and two family dwellings. Of course nothing may prevent a local AHJ from making this a local requirement? Is someone telling you that these are needed? And if so, who and using what as their guideline?
I suggest that you ask to see the code and section that us being applied to your situation be it local fire prevention code, adopted off the shelf adopted codes/standards such as NFPA 1, 101 and 5000 if adopted. IFC, IRC. Keep in mind you also have the right of appeal to the Fire Chief and/or head of the local building department. Just my opinion. Hope this is helpful.
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