Understanding Seminole Fire Sprinkler Installation: A Guide For Business Owners

Curious about what’s involved in a Seminole fire sprinkler installation for your business? You’re in luck, because that’s what we’re going to share with you today!

Sprinklers aren’t just for kids in the backyard trying to beat the summer heat; they are also a vital element to your Fire & Life Safety strategy. A fire sprinkler system is mandatory for commercial buildings, so if you don’t already have one let’s get you on our schedule ASAP! In preparation for your appointment, here are the basics of our Seminole fire sprinkler installation process.

Why Are Fire Sprinklers Necessary?

A fire sprinkler system acts quickly to reduce heat, flames, and smoke during a fire. Suppressing the fire allows occupants to exit the building safely and makes the job of firefighters easier once they arrive. Florida law requires that sprinkler systems must be installed in buildings 5,000 square feet or larger, or if the fire area occupancy is over 100.

A recent NFPA study revealed a vast difference in the death rate for properties with and without a fire sprinkler system installed. Buildings without a fire sprinkler system had a death rate 89% higher than those with a fire sprinkler system. You can see why this fire safety system is required by law. 

Other benefits of Seminole fire sprinkler installation include:

  • Protection of your business property
  • Reduction of damage caused by fire
  • Lower insurance premiums

What’s Involved In A Fire Sprinkler System Installation?

If you have a new construction project and need to outfit it with the latest in fire sprinkler technology, you’ve come to the right place. At DynaFire, we love tech and design. 

Every building is different so we take the time to individually design each fire sprinkler project to each client’s building specifications. We’ve been designing and installing fire sprinkler systems since 2004 and we like to think we’re pretty good at it. And our customers agree. Jonathan B. gave us this 5-star review:

“Brad and the DynaFire Team were pleasantly responsive, professional, and did exactly what they said they would do. I recommend them to anyone requiring sprinkler services.”

Thank you, Jonathan! You can read more client reviews on our website. We enjoy reading them over and over!

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At DynaFire, we’re excited to create cutting-edge Fire & Life Safety systems for your business. Our design process involves carefully combining your preferences with relevant codes and AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) regulations. 

After evaluating your requirements, our engineers will develop a unique installation design that will protect your facility.

Fire Sprinkler Installation

Once your custom design has been created, we will get to work installing your state-of-the-art system. Depending on your needs and the materials housed in your facility, we will recommend the system best suited for your business. We work with all types of sprinkler systems, including:

Wet – A wet system is most commonly used in commercial buildings. Water stays in the pipes and when heat is detected, it is dispensed from sprinkler heads. 

Dry – A dry system also uses water but the pipes aren’t filled with water until a fire is detected. This type of system is suited for cold environments like refrigeration or freezer rooms where water in pipes could be exposed to extreme temperatures.

Pre-Action – A pre-action sprinkler system keeps the sprinkler heads closed and the pipes are filled with air or pressurized nitrogen. When a fire is detected, water flows into the pipes, then the sprinkler heads open. The delay allows for confirmation of the fire and minimal potential water damage. A pre-action system is best suited for buildings where water damage needs to be localized to the area at risk. Examples include museums and server rooms.

Deluge – These systems are similar to pre-action systems but the sprinkler heads remain open. When a fire is detected, a large volume of water is dispensed from every sprinkler head. A deluge system is designed for large spaces that contain hazardous materials like aircraft hangers.

Fire Sprinkler Inspection And Maintenance

After installation, our team will visit on a regular schedule to test your equipment. We want to make sure that your fire extinguishers, fire alarms, and sprinkler systems are functioning properly. We perform testing and inspections according to NFPA 25:

  • Annual Fire Sprinkler Testing
  • Annual Testing of Fire Line Backflow Preventers
  • Quarterly Sprinkler Testing
  • Semi-Annual Sprinkler Testing
  • And more

Contact DynaFire For Your Seminole Fire Sprinkler Installation Needs

If you’re constructing a new building or upgrading your existing one, it’s a great opportunity to have a professional fire sprinkler company install appropriate Fire & Life Safety systems to protect your property and your employees. Contact us to evaluate your requirements and advise you on the best fire sprinkler system strategy to suit your property’s needs.

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