One of the common myths about BlazeMaster® CPVC is that it is limited to residential applications. But a recent project in Sacramento – a three-building, 24,000-square-foot commercial building complex – highlights how BlazeMaster CPVC helped Alwest Fire Protection save the building owner money while getting the job done efficiently.
The project started out using steel in one building, but Alwest President Bill Norwood quickly realized the advantages of CPVC for the commercial retrofit. “If we could go back in time, we would have used CPVC on the first building too because it was so much faster,” he said. The switch saved the building owner $21,000.
The case study at the link below offers more details about how using BlazeMaster CPVC delivers results that matter to customers. You’ll get tips about working with Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) as well as technical advice on armovers, use of no-block hangers, sprinkler heads, seismic restraints, and designing for expansion and contraction.
Please take a few minutes to learn more about how to use BlazeMaster CPVC on your next commercial project. You can access the case study here.