Does anyone know the price comparison between this and a conventional sprinkler system because I would imagine that at the end of the day if they both do a similar job then a builder will be swayed by price rather than amount of damage caused in the event of the system being activated. Also with the recent legislation brought in I would imagine that the profits of all installers would have increased due to increased workload. This one seems to risky for me.
Reading the blurb, their claim is that the lower water volumes mean that their system doesn't need a special water supply - put the pump in a kitchen unit and connect it to standard mains. I've no idea how unique that is, but if true would make a big difference to installation costs, especially if you were retrofitting.
Just leaving the small matter of running water pipes from the kitchen to all the nozzles, unless they send it by wifi. Do people retrofit?
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