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Fire sprinklers for homes save lives, property
Systems growing in popularity, requirements add cost, value

The Courier’s senior editor, Tim Wiederaenders, checks a fire sprinkler head in a home’s pantry area. The installation is more easily done when the home is built, and each room — as well as all closets large enough to walk into — is required to have a sprinkler head. (Tracy Wiederaenders/Courtesy)

The Courier’s senior editor, Tim Wiederaenders, checks a fire sprinkler head in a home’s pantry area. The installation is more easily done when the home is built, and each room — as well as all closets large enough to walk into — is required to have a sprinkler head. (Tracy Wiederaenders/Courtesy)

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