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Don't Let Wildfire Take Your Home Without a Fight

Wildfires are decimating communities at greater rates than ever. Help protect your property with a Wildfire Protection Kit & work with Firesmart and Firewise guidelines to reduce the risk.

fire fighters trust the Wildfire Protection kit

In our forty plus years working in the wildfire arena, we’ve never before seen such a simple and effective wildfire home protection set up and design such as the ones you’ve put together.

Robert Wood - Wildfire Home Defense

Comox Fire Rescue has used WASP sprinklers for many years. We carry about fifty of them on our Type 2 Structure Protection trailer. They are very easy to use, safe to deploy and effective and efficient. We have sold dozens of the WASP Wildfire protection kits in our area.

Fire Chief Gord Schreiner - Comox Fire Rescue

The great part of the WASP is that it can run 24 hours a day without supervision; I found that setup was quick and easy and could be moved with short notice

Troy Milledge - Wildfire Ranger II - Province of Alberta

The ease of installation and versatility of the kits were demonstrated to the homeowners who purchased the kits and gave them great confidence should a wildfire move through our area.

Fire Chief Joe Geary, Christina Lake Fire Rescue

Wildfire Protection Kit

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Set Up is Easy as 1, 2, 3

1. Attach the hose to a water supply like your outdoor faucet and attach the other end of the host to the sprinkler. 

2. Lift the sprinkler and hook it around the gutter. (If you don't have gutters, our kits come with brackets to install on your house before you hook the sprinklers in.)

3. Turn on the water and let your sprinkler run as long as you need!

Is your home ready for the next wildfire?

The WASP Patented Gutter Mount Sprinkler System gets water to the home’s roof and surrounding areas, where it’s needed most during wildfire emergencies. Homeowners can now purchase the gutter mount sprinkler system, which had previously only been available to the firefighting community.