• Fire loss

    Fire loss

Fires impacts on many levels. It affects people, property and the environment. Fire doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t recognise geographical boundaries or different type of building.

Fire losses can be extensive, causing death, widespread damage to property and contents and significant impacts on the environment. More often, fires may cause a single casualty or affect a single property, though the effects are still highly significant to those affected and collectively are substantial.

Fires in commercial buildings often have wider impacts, affecting businesses, their employees and their supply chain. There are multiple regulations concerned with fire that should be consider by building designers, contractors and owners with sprinklers being regarded as one proven solution to protect property. There are also many misconceptions about sprinklers. The below tabs will provide you with further information about regulations, sprinkler myths and sprinkler facts.