P&J Sprinkler Company performs NFPA 25 inspection and testing per the latest code requirements. The reporting software we use clearly informs you of your system’s health.
P&J Sprinkler Company can guide you through the maintenance requirements applicable for your system.
P&J Sprinkler Company can help determine what types of sprinkler heads you have in your system and determine if they are due for testing, replacement, or if still suitable for use.
We can evaluate your system to determine its condition and estimate its life expectancy.
You can easily find information on-line that states single family home fire sprinklers cost between $1.35 and $1.65 per square foot. These costs are based on large single-family subdivisions with hundreds of tract homes, supplied by city water and located in other parts of the United States, such as the South or Southwest. These costs are NOT realistic for the single family home market in Connecticut and Rhode Island. These types of subdivisions rarely happen in New England. We can provide firm written proposals and estimates for your home system once we gather all the details. Please call us at to start a conversation.
P&J Sprinkler Company has used PEX and CPVC plastic piping for fire sprinkler system installations and we will guide you through the best use of these materials.
Dry pipe fire sprinkler systems do not have water in the piping. Instead, there is air or nitrogen pressure in the piping. When a sprinkler head activates, the air or nitrogen pressure escapes and the dry pipe valve releases water in the piping system to the sprinkler head. Dry pipe systems are used in areas where water can freeze, such as unheated attics and outside covered spaces.
P&J Sprinkler Company can help you determine the best system to use for the particular application.
P&J Sprinkler Company has installed, serviced, and maintained many dry pipe fire sprinkler systems. We have applied techniques to remediate corrosion in dry system piping by eliminating excessive water accumulation and utilizing nitrogen generator technology to eliminate oxygen in the system.