Sprinkler Systems Featured
is the ideal location to feature residential fire sprinkler systems,
said HFSC chair Gary Keith. Builders have the opportunity
to see the complete system. In some rooms, the drywall is not installed,
so builders can see how the pipe system is installed. Other rooms
are finished, so they can see that sprinklers really are unobtrusive.
show, builders can visit HFSCs booth (#216). HFSC will set
up a sprinkler demonstration where builders can view a sidewall
and ceiling mounted sprinkler during a simulated activation. Both
Viking and BlazeMaster Fire Sprinkler Systems will have product
information and representatives at the booth.
Keith, the HFSCs builder information focuses on builder trade-ups.
Weve put together helpful material that informs builders
about the use of trade-ups when fire sprinkler systems are installed
and how fire sprinklers can reduce construction costs, he
said. Builders who want additional ideas are directed to the HFSC
website where there is a builder section with detailed information
and builder resources.
forward to this event because we can meet face-to-face with builders,
said Matthew Kuwatch, BlazeMaster marketing manager. We talk
to builders who have various levels of experience with fire sprinkler
systems. Quite a few will share their own experiences while others
have questions because the Show Village home is the first time they
are seeing an installed system. The Builders Show also provides
an opportunity for our representatives to learn more about builders
and their industry.