Protect your family and your home

Safety, protection and peace of mind.   

Did you know, roughly 85% of all civilian fire deaths occur in their home? Most people don't realize they can use the same life-saving technology that has been around for more than a century in commercial, idustrial and public buildings. Your new fire sprinkler safety system reacts so quickly that it can dramatically reduce the heat, flames and smoke produced by a fire.

Residential fire sprinkler systems are not only a wise investment in protecting your family and your home, on Long Island, they're becoming a requirement. These systems must be installed and mainteined by a professional certified in fire sprinkler systems installation. Shells Only can provide you with a properly installed and maintained automatic fire sprinkler system to not only bring you up to code, but more importantly help save lives as well as your home and posessions. All our systems are installed by a certified professional as required by law.

According to an American Housing Survey, 4.6% of occupied homes (including multi-unit) had sprinklers in 2009, up from 3.9% in 2007, and 18.5% of occupied home built in the previous four years had sprinklers. Source: U.S. Experience with Sprinklers.

Facts about Residential Fire Sprinkler Systems:


  • 85% of all U.S. fire deaths occur in the home.
  • Home fire sprinklers can control and may even extinguish a fire in less time than it would take the fire department to arrive on the scene.
  • Only the sprinkler closest to the fire will activate, spraying water directly on the fire. In 84% of home fires where the sprinklers operate, just one sprinkler operates.
  • If you have a fire in your home, the risk of dying is cut by about one-third when smoke alarms are present (or about half if the smoke alarms are working), while automatic fire sprinkler systems cut the risk of dying by about 80%.
  • In a home with sprinklers, the average property loss per fire is cut by about 70% (compared to fires where sprinklers are not present.)