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The Threat of Fire and How to Fight It

A building may suffer from hazards due to the local geography or climate. A structure or neighborhood in a low-lying area may experience flooding after a heavy rain, while a building near a fault line (such as California’s San Andreas fault) may be rattled and damaged in the event of an earthquake. Homes in the Midwest may experience tornadoes and get buffeted and damaged by these storms’ strong winds, wind-blown debris, and hail. And buildings on the east coast, especially Florida, face the devastation of hurricanes every year. But fire is a universal hazard, no matter the local topography or weather, and today’s American buildings are always designed with fire safety in mind. Statistics show that plenty of fires star every year, and they threaten property and lives alike. So, modern fire sprinkler design companies may offer a fire sprinkler system designer to engineer

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