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Installation best practices, design considerations, safety information and more from the experts behind the most specified nonmetallic fire sprinkler system in the world.

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Residential

Fire Sprinkler Systems: A Smart Addition to New Homes

Home builders can add value to their new home offerings and attract buyers by including fire sprinkler systems.

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BlazeMaster vs. Generic  |  BlazeMaster vs. Steel

Protect Your Reputation By Choosing BlazeMaster® CPVC

Fire sprinkler systems are designed to protect lives and property. But for building owners and contractors, the system must also protect your reputation from risks ranging from leaks and malfunctions to disruptions for occupants.

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CPVC vs Steel Which is most cost effective

Cost-Savings Report

Discover how to save time and money with the right fire sprinkler system.

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BlazeMaster vs. Generic  |  BlazeMaster vs. Steel

Busting 5 Misconceptions About CPVC Fire Protection Systems

It’s a fact: BlazeMaster® CPVC is the world’s most specified non-metallic fire sprinkler system pipe and fitting material. Every day since it was introduced in 1984, BlazeMaster CPVC has saved the lives of countless individuals, firefighters and other safety professionals and prevented property damage.

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Industry News

Proposed Federal Legislation Would Improve tax Incentives for High-Rise Sprinkler Retrofits

A bill recently introduced in Congress seeks to encourage building owners to invest in fire sprinkler retrofits by accelerating the depreciation rate for high-rise residential and non-residential buildings to 15 years. Current depreciation rates are 39 years for non-residential buildings and 27.5 for residential properties.

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Listings and Innovations  |  Residential

CPVC Permitted for Use In Residential Garage Use Per NFPA 13

A new section of the 2019 edition of NFPA 13 (16.3.9.6.2) specifically states that nonmetallic piping, including CPVC, may be used in fire sprinkler systems in private garages within a dwelling as long as the garage space:

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BlazeMaster vs. Steel  |  Commercial  |  Listings and Innovations

BlazeMaster® CPVC's New Embedded In Concrete Listing Offers You A Competitive Advantage

Fire sprinkler system installers who are looking for a competitive edge have a unique opportunity when using BlazeMaster® CPVC pipe and fittings. As concrete is used as a building material for ceilings and walls in office buildings, schools, apartments, health care facilities and even private homes, it’s good to know that BlazeMaster CPVC has a unique Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL) listing for embedding in concrete.

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Industry News  |  Residential

Residential Water Quality and Fire Sprinkler Systems

More communities across the nation require residential fire sprinklers in new home construction than ever. That is definitely a positive step in terms of safety for homeowners and first responders.

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Installation

Five Best Practice Installation Tips for BlazeMaster® CPVC

Whether you have been installing BlazeMaster® Fire Protection Systems for 10 years or 10 days, it’s always a good idea to go back to the basics once in a while. Just as professional athletes practice the same play or motion over and over, they sit down for a “chalk talk” on occasion to discuss they “whys” behind the “whats.”

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BlazeMaster vs. Generic

CPVC Fire Protection Systems Save Lives – Including The Lives of Firefighters

Somewhere, a fire started last night that resulted in minimal damage to property. No lives were lost. No firefighter was put in harm’s way. There may be an insurance claim or two, but it isn’t as devastating as it might have been.

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Installation

Six Tips for Cut-Ins to Repair or Modify Existing BlazeMaster® CPVC Sprinkler Systems

Most fire sprinkler systems will require modification at some point over their long lifetime of providing safety to people and protection for property.

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