|Posted by Home Fireman????? will it replace home indoor Sprinklers? on December 09, 2001 at 22:19:51:|
|In response to Re: New project for plumbing professionals|
If you can provide statistical documentation that you can reduce the need for interion sprinklers, and prove it, you can get Departments of Building and Safety to recommend them.
If you can get them to come on automatically you can get Fire Departments to endorse them.
The best way to reach plumbers nationwide is to get homeowners to clamor for them, call their plumbers, and demand they get placed.
: I am trying to put together a network of installation professionals for The Home Fireman, a fire extinguishing cabinet for the home. It has a 40-foot fire hose that hooks to a standard residential water line. For this reason, the best person to install it is a plumber. What is the best way to reach plumbers nationwide about this project? The good news is that plumbers can sell the product and charge for the installation as well. And, they are helping home owners protect their property and even save lives. Home Fireman also includes a BC canister extinguisher for grease and electric fires. Please let me know any suggestions you may have. Thank you!
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