Everyone Goes Home® The Pierce Family

Couple at home in sprinklered house

We fight for the safest equipment at work.
Shouldn’t we have the safest environment at home?

We decided to protect our home with fire sprinklers for many reasons. The first is life safety. We wanted more time to ensure our family could evacuate safely. Our daughter Kelsey has Multiple Sclerosis and is currently doing great. If she relapses or has any issues, I don’t want to worry that she won’t be able to get out of the house.

It’s important to “walk the walk” if I am going to “talk the talk.” Members of the fire service know better than anyone else the dangers of fire. The quicker we extinguish fires, the less we have to deal with cancer-causing contamination and potential injury. Home fire sprinklers mean less exposure for the firefighters and fire investigators.

With home fire sprinklers, EVERYONE GOES HOME®

Dennis Compton, Chairman of the Board, National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, discusses the role of home fire sprinklers in protecting the health and lives of firefighters.

Home fire sprinklers are an essential part of Community Risk Reduction including protecting firefighters.

National Fallen Firefighters Foundation

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation calls for greater advocacy of installed home fire sprinklers in their Firefighter Life Safety Initiative 15 as a method to protect both the public and firefighters.

The safest fires are the ones that never happened. Home fire sprinklers stop fires before they can grow.

The fewer contaminants firefighters are exposed to, the safer firefighters and their families are.

Fire is Everyone's Fight
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