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Installing a fire sprinkler system is a decision you only want to make once, and our qualified estimators can help you make the right one. Fire safety is our number one priority, and we stay abreast of all changes in city, county, and state ordinances to ensure you receive the most thorough and accurate consultation. A team of surveyors will meet you on site, evaluate your property, and provide you with a no-obligation, no-cost estimate that includes repairs, maintenance, installations, and replacements.
The best time to install a sprinkler system is during initial construction. On average, cost estimates for systems in new construction range between $1 and $3 per square foot of coverage and include all required equipment and installation. Retrofitting existing buildings increases the average cost to between $2 and $7 per square foot of coverage.
Factors that can affect your estimate include:
- System design – Standalone systems with dedicated water supplies—the majority of fire sprinkler systems—typically cost more than multipurpose systems that combine pipes for both domestic use and the fire sprinklers.
- System features – Buildings supplied by wells or other private sources will require a water storage tank and booster pump as part of the sprinkler system. Most businesses, however, are supplied by municipal water supplies and will only require a backflow preventer, reducing cost.
- Pipe material – While plastic is the most affordable type of piping—and is used wherever possible to minimize costs—some installations may require copper piping, which will add to your installation price.
- Lifetime costs – Installing a reliable fire sprinkler system is a valuable long-term investment that will provide you with decades of protection. While initial costs may be high, consider that most major insurance companies offer premium discounts for businesses with automatic fire sprinklers. Depending on the type of building, as well as a range of other factors, discounts could range from 10 to almost 60%. These savings should be included in the actual lifetime cost of your sprinkler installation.
Whether you have a new construction project or are retrofitting an existing building, installing an indoor fire sprinkler system is a valuable long-term investment in your business. Request a no-cost, no-obligation quote today by filling out our convenient request form below or calling us today.