Residential Fire Protection Systems in Richardson, TX

Your Trusted Home Fire Protection Partner

NTX Plumbing provides comprehensive solutions for residential fire sprinkler systems in and around Richardson.

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NTX is our "go to" plumbing company. As usual, they arrived on-time, were professional and left no mess behind when the job was completed. We are totally satisfied with the NTX team.

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They were prompt. Communication was amazing. Showed my husband what was needed and why. If you need honest well priced company this is it. We have a 70 year old home and they were amazing.

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On Time

Left No Mess Behind

Amazing Communication

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Have Peace of Mind with Fire Protection at Home

While we wish to never be in the situation where we need fire sprinkler systems to switch on, it is crucial to have the necessary precautions in place to help add an additional layer of fire protection in the event of a house fire.

At NTX Plumbing, we offer turn-key solutions to meet your home fire protection needs. Our expert and knowledgeable team have years of experience installing, repairing, and servicing fire sprinkler systems in homes, condos, townhomes, and duplexes. We offer a wide range of reliable systems to meet all residential applications and budgets.

  • Residential Fire Sprinkler Installation
  • Residential Fire Sprinkler Maintenance
  • Residential Fire Sprinkler Repair
  • Residential Fire Sprinkler Inspection
  • Annual Testing

Multipurpose Residential Fire Protection Sprinkler Specialist Certified by TSBPE

Have Much Needed Peace of Mind

Extremely Knowledgeable About Code Requirements

Member of the National Fire Sprinkler Association

The Importance of a Residential Fire Protection System

When a fire breaks out, it can spread rapidly. Speed is of the essence, but many residences in Texas do not have a residential fire protection system. Because they are automated, fire sprinklers can react faster than people or the fire department, making them a crucial part of your risk management plan. In a property without fire sprinklers, fires can grow to dangerous levels when the fire department arrives, putting people, structures, and possessions at risk.

With a residential fire protection system, heat, flames, and smoke are reduced - minimizing damage and giving you time to evacuate the building.

  • Instant Response To a Fire
  • Inconspicuous Design and Placement
  • Simple Installation Process
  • Ease of Use and Maintenance
  • Low Water Usage
  • Protects Your Family and Possessions
  • Protects Your Property Investment
  • Potentially Lowers Insurance Premiums
Fire sprinkler system installed on ceiling of residential home

Which Type of Fire Sprinkler System Should You Choose?

Wet Sprinkler System

A wet sprinkler system is the most common type for residential applications. A piping network is installed behind the walls and ceilings, with individual sprinklers placed strategically along the piping to protect the areas of the home that lie underneath them. Because water is always present within the piping, the sprinklers are ready to extinguish the fire the second they’re activated, without delay.

Unlike smoke alarms, wet fire sprinklers are not activated by smoke. Instead, when a fire breaks out, the air temperature rises, and once the temperature reaches a certain height, the fire sprinkler is activated.

Fire sprinklers can often extinguish fires before the fire department arrives. Even in cases where the fire isn’t fully extinguished, it’s significantly controlled to minimize damage and protect your property investment.

Wet sprinkler system installed on ceiling

Dry Sprinkler System

Dry sprinkler systems are the next most common type of system used in residential applications and are similar to wet pipe systems with one key difference: The pipe is not always filled with water.

The water is kept behind a dry pipe valve located a distance away from the sprinklers. When the temperature rises and the sprinkler is activated, a glass bulb or fusible link of the sprinkler breaks. As a result, this releases air from the sprinkler head. The pressure drop allows the valve to open, water fills the system, then flows from the sprinkler head.

Dry sprinkler system installed on ceiling

Which Sprinkler System is Right For Me?

The type of fire sprinkler system you select will depend on your needs and budget, and our expert team at NTX Plumbing will be happy to advise you on which system is most suitable for your property.

While wet sprinkler systems are the most popular choice due to their ease of use, installation, and maintenance, they cannot be used in places where the temperature reaches below 40˚F as this puts the water inside the pipes at risk of freezing.

Dry sprinklers are preferred in unheated buildings where the temperature may reach below 40°F.

Let NTX Plumbing Help You Keep Your Property Safe for Years to Come

Once we have installed your fire protection system, it is essential to abide by local codes that govern how often your fire sprinkler system is tested and inspected. These ongoing inspections are just as necessary as the initial design and installation of the system, ensuring that it’s effective over the long term. From design to installation to testing and maintenance, NTX Plumbing offers a dependable solution that ensures your building is safe for years to come.