Home fire sprinkler myth goes up in flames in deadly MA fire

For years NFPA and fire and life safety advocates have refuted erroneous myths and battled pushback to increasing the use of home fire sprinklers in new one and two family homes despite the inclusion of this provision in all building codes for more than a decade.
One of those myths – that new homes don’t burn – proved disastrously wrong when one person in a newly constructed home lost his life in…

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Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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