NFPA 13d Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems

There are many companies out there that do fire sprinklers, but far less that specialize in custom residential fire sprinkler system design.

At Precision Fire Systems, we do…

We attempt to put forth our best design each and every time with the customer’s best interest at the forefront of our mind as we develop a residential fire sprinkler system that will not only meet NFPA 13d criteria, but adhere to your overall design concept.

So, you have a Badger Recordall Model 35 water meter with 80 PSI supply pressure noted on a FIRE FLOW TEST / WATER AVAILABILITY TEST from IRWD, Moulton Niguel Water, San Clement Water, El Toro Water, South Coast Water, Laguna Beach Water Department. Your Fire Sprinkler Company is insisting that your water meter must be upgraded to 1″ with a new water service in order to meet your Fire Sprinkler Design Density, and the cost to do so is $6000.00

At PFS we have already provided fire sprinkler designs with hydraulic calculations, to many Fire Departments, that had existing 3/4″ Water Meters installed. We succeeded in designing a fire system that met the NFPA 13d Criteria, kept the existing meter, passed all plan check and issuance processes, and passed both Rough & Final Inspections…

We just saved you $6000.00 because we care about our customer’s best interest and not just our bottom line.

Save that money and put it in your kids college fund.. Make a difference.

Call Toll Free (877)FIRESYS (3473797) Let us Help You Save Money on something you have to do anyways..

Proudly Serving our backyard of San Clemente, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Coto de Caza, Ladera Ranch, Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, Lake Forest, Irvine and all of Southern California.

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