Sprinkler Advantages for Dead End Corridors

Imagine trying to escape a forest fire in your vehicle and the visibility is extremely limited. In these moments, you want to make certain you are going the right way. Imagine second guessing every turn you have made only to find that the road you are on dead ends and the only place to is back from where you came.

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Say Goodbye to Party Walls

As a former Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) a two-owner system is something that sounds blasphemous and is hard to type even now. Imagine this, a single building divided by a fire wall (which by definition is now considered a two separate buildings), two owners, two addresses, two systems?  

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Sprinkler Advantages for Exterior Openings

Exterior openings are important to any building. All joking aside, these openings are necessary for every building that has every existed and ever will exist into the future. These openings are how you access the interior, as well as how natural sunlight provides lighting to the buildings, via doors and windows among other important functions. 

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Sprinkler Advantages for Draftstopping

Concealed spaces in combustible construction are one of the bigger opportunities for fire growth in a building. Experience has shown that some of the greatest damage occurs to conventional wood framed building during a fire when the fire travels unimpeded through concealed draft openings.

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