Sprinklers save lives
From initial design, installation and commissioning through to on-going maintenance, we help to protect people and property through a Residential Fire Sprinklers solution that is fully compliant with the latest standards.
We have the technical ability to assist from an early stage of design on projects from Social Housing, to Student Accommodation, Residential Care, Nursing Homes and many more.
LPS 1301 Approved Sprinkler Installers (Residential and Domestic)
Marlowe Fire & Security is listed in the Red Book for LPS1301 : Issue 1.1 – Requirements for the approval of sprinkler installers in the UK and Ireland for residential and domestic sprinkler systems.
Our certified Design Team will propose a compliant solution that will be efficient, effective and reliable.
Our qualified Project Team will work with you to install a quality solution that will minimise disruption to your residents.
Our experienced Service Team will provide ongoing maintenance of your system to ensure optimum performance.
Working with Nottingham City Homes (NCH) we have provided a sympathetic retrofit installation of sprinkler systems throughout their occupied social housing schemes.
We are aware of the difficulties of retro-fitting a fire sprinkler system in properties occupied by residents, and we endeavour to install these life saving sprinkler systems in a manner that causes minimal disruption.
Throughout the project, it was essential that the aesthetics of each flat were not compromised. To provide the best possible solution, a number of innovative elements were implemented, including; Pendock pipe box casings, decorative trunking, back entry installation of the sprinkler heads, and the use of existing mains water supply – removing the need for a traditional water storage tank.
The domestic sprinkler systems installed provide an effective, aesthetically pleasing and cost effective solution that has dramatically enhanced the safety of the residents.
NCH released this short film to offer reassurance to residents having sprinklers installed in their homes at Pine View.
Projects Director Paul McIntosh, talks about the recent fire sprinkler projects undertaken with NCH.
NCH released a series of videos to dispel some of the myths around people having sprinklers installed in their homes.
Myth 1 – Smoking home will set your sprinkler system off
Myth 3 – Steam from a bath or shower will set your sprinkler system off
Myth 2 – Burning toast will set your sprinkler system off
Where a sprinkler system has been installed:
Fire deaths have been almost eliminated
Fire injuries reduced by 80%
Significant improvement in firefighter safety achieved
Property damage reduced by over 80%
Reduction in the environmental impact of fire
Reduction to the economic cost of fire
Residential Sprinkler Systems