Something very misleading there; They call the average loss per sprinkled at $3,535, but loss TO FIRE Non Sprinkled at over 45 g's.cda said:Not sure how they determine if a life was saved??people at home and got out??? people asleep and got out??
only 13 people were home in a 15 year period????
Total Working Fires in Sprinkled Buildings 199
* Types of Activations Commercial 102
Single Family 49
* Total Value of Complexes $767,334,000
* Total Structural Fire Loss for 199 Incidents $703,300
* Total Lives Saved 13
* Average Loss Per Sprinkled Incident $3,534
- Without Omega Failure at Joshua Tree Apartments $2,276
* Average Fire Loss @ Non-Sprinkled Structural Incidents $45,019
* Fires Controlled With Two or Less Sprinkler Heads (183/16) 92%
I bet they are not including water damage and cleanup. You can't do shlt for 3,500 bucks. They honestly want you to think that? I'm not buying it.