Fire Sprinkler Systems to BS9251:2014
Domestic Fire Sprinkler Systems are installed in individual houses, such as, Single Occupancy or Single Family Homes.
These usually require a Fire Sprinkler System installed if there is Open Plan Living, a home extension or loft conversion. These Fire Sprinkler Systems are usually installed to cover the escape routes of your property.
Your Building Control Officer (BCO) may suggest installing a Fire Sprinkler System in your home and will instruct you on whether you will need full (entire Property to BS9251:2014) or partial (escape Routes) protection.
Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems are installed in shared properties such as:
Houses of Multiple Occupancy (HMO'
Residential Care and Nursing Homes
Sprinklers can be fitted to parts of a property, rather than all of the property as a compensatory measure (Building Regulations Part B 0.17)
BCK Installers are fully qualified and insured to install Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems to BS 9251:2014 Standards and issue a Firas Certificate of Conformity on completion.
Fire Sprinkler Facts
Experience over the years has shown that these life safety fire sprinklers will virtually eliminate fire deaths and reduce injuries and property damage by at least 80%
There is clear evidence that the installation of fire sprinklers can be effective in the rapid suppression of fires.
No one in the UK has ever died as a result of a fire in a building with a working fire sprinkler system and stats suggest with a sprinkler system installed, you have a 97% chance of surviving a fire. If you have ever had the misfortune of being in a domestic fire you will appreciate how effective and worthy a quality fire sprinkler system is.