Residential Fire Protection
Read holiday fire safety tips to protect your home and loved ones from common seasonal fire dangers including candle, cooking, and Christmas tree fires.
Quality estate property management requires estate managers to protect an owner’s property from fire. Learn about the installation and maintenance requirements for fire sprinklers.
Three times the number of home fires happen on Thanksgiving than on any other day of the year. The biggest cause? Cooking. Read these Thanksgiving fire safety tips to stay safe.
Learn how the State Fire Marshal’s extinguisher program, waste laws, and fire codes impact how you dispose of (and replace) fire extinguishers in California.
Protecting artwork from fire involves carefully choosing the right technology and implementing proper procedures. Learn about art and museum fire protection systems.
The 2019 California Fire Code will restrict the use of BBQ grills in apartments & other residential buildings in 2020. Learn about the rules & options here.
Recalls and the Tyco buy-out made Central Sprinkler Company’s products scarce. Here’s what we know about replacing Central Sprinkler heads and cover plates.
A Virginia fire chief's attempt to add residential fire sprinkler requirements to building codes has failed. Learn about the debate over sprinklers.
Get to know your fire sprinkler system risers better with a look at common components and manifolds in wet-pipe sprinkler systems—both commercial and residential.
QRFS examines the difference between residential fire sprinkler heads and other sprinkler heads, as well as NFPA standards for residential sprinkler systems.