Please review our frequently asked questions, and contact us if you have more inquiries.
No. WASP does not currently have a physical store, we are an online retailer only. Visit our Wildfire Protection Products store.
Items bought via the website can be returned within 30 days of purchase providing they are returned in the original packaging and condition. Customer is responsible for the return postage costs. Refunds will be issued within 7 days of the item being returned.
WASP Wildfire Protection Kits come with a 1 year warranty.
Yes, the sprinkler plastic has been chosen to resist UV rays so no fading of color should occur (at least not within the first couple of years). The melting point for the plastic used is over 550 degrees Fahrenheit and is not brittle, so if it is dropped from a high height you most likely will see a chip out of the unit compared to it shattering.
Yes you can paint over the fascia brackets if you intend to keep them up permanently.
One kit would suffice for an average family sized property. However, if you are unsure please email us a picture of your roof and we can advise.
No. Please email email@example.com and ask about our community program.
Yes, what you are looking for is the water mist or droplets that are created as the water stream breaks up to rain down on the roof. The stream should not directly impact the roof, the water stream could get under your shingles or ridge cap and enter the house.
The sprinkler stream above the roof will raise the humidity level around the structure as well as dampen any combustibles around the structure to provide perimeter protection and lesson the structures ignitability.
Yes, even if the roof is a non combustible material, the water on the roof will drip into the gutters and dampen down any materials inside. The sprinkler stream above the roof will raise the humidity level around the structure as well as dampen any combustibles around the structure to provide perimeter protection and lesson the structures ignitability.
Usually we don’t see any leakage from the plugs but one and a half to two wraps of teflon tape should seal it up.
The video shows the original sprinkler head which is a Nelson R2000, 360 degree rotator. This sprinkler discharges approximately 4.5 gallons of water per minute and works best at water pressures between 30 psi and 60 psi.
The sprinkler provided in the wildfire protection kit is the R10T which is also a 360 degree rotator will discharge approximately 1.5 gallons per minute and will function at a lower water pressure due to the narrower nozzle. Both sprinkler heads are available but choice is really determined by the water supply available.
The R10T works best off of your homes exterior taps and domestic water pressure. This sprinkler likes clean water but if you are pumping water from a creek or lake the R2000 will allow most debris to pass through without plugging. The R2000 will provide a longer stream reach depending on water pressure.
No, we no longer sell poles. A painter’s pole, pool pole or broom handle work great.
The Nelson R10T which is a 360 degree rotator will discharge approximately 1.5 gallons per minute and will function at a lower water pressure (approx. 20psi) due to the narrower nozzle.