Monthly Archives: January 2018

Sprinklers Stop Fire at Hampton Inn

The Patch by Katie Kausch, Jan 16, 2018 PARSIPPANY, NJ — The Hampton Inn on Route 46 in Parsippany was evacuated because of a fire Sunday morning, the Rainbow Lakes Volunteer Fire Company said. The fire was in a hot water heater in the laundry room, officials said. The sprinkler […]

January 17, 2018

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Preventing Fireplace and Chimney Fires

Fireplaces are inviting, warm and great way to reduce heating bills, but they can be dangerous. A National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) study found that nearly three-fifths of home structure fires involving fireplaces, chimneys, and chimney connectors occurred in December, January, and February (57%).  January was the peak month for […]

January 5, 2018

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Freezing Temps Can Impact Fire Sprinkler Pipes

Freezing temperatures means freezing water pipes – which can put Fire Sprinkler Systems at risk.  Water pipes located in attics, crawl spaces, utility closets and other spaces that aren’t typically heated, are at a greater risk for freezing and bursting.    The National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA) just released a […]

January 4, 2018

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Princeton Apartment Fire: Could Sprinklers Have Saved a Life?

CentralJersey.Com by Philip Sean Curran and Lea Kahn (Dec. 30, 2017) State Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli (R-16th Legislative District) said the fire was a tragedy that “possibly could have been prevented” if there had been sprinklers in the multi-family building. Johnette Watts recalled being in the shower Wednesday night in her […]

January 2, 2018

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