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Design a sprinkler system that will fit your needs

Sprinkler Installation & More in the Maritimes

Atlantic Automatic Sprinklers Limited provides sprinkler system installation to the Maritimes, including Mainland Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. We offer our services for both residential and commercial properties, and our team can handle installation jobs of any size. We can also complete any needed renovations or repairs to your system as well as do routine inspections to ensure it is working properly. Our company provides 24/7 service to cater to all your emergencies.

Before we begin a new installation project, we design a system that adheres to the appropriate NFPA code, as well as the local building codes. We offer both wet and dry sprinkler systems, and you can consult with our estimators to find the best option for you. Contact us today for a free estimate.

Professional Associations & Certifications

NFPA | National Fire Protection Association
BBB Accredited Business
CASA | Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association
Merit of Nova Scotia
CFIB | Canadian Federation of Independent Business


  • Design, supply, and install wet and dry sprinkler systems

  • Residential (multi-unit facilities)

  • Commercial properties

Myth: When there’s a fire, all sprinklers spray water. Just like in the movies, right?

Truth: False! When a sprinkler system is activated by fire, only the sprinkler heads that were triggered by the heat will break open and spray water. In most cases, there is often only one or two sprinkler heads affected.


We can install new sprinkler systems


We can repair leaking sprinkler heads, piping and more


Make sure your sprinkler system is working properly

Warning: Under no circumstances should anyone other than a Certified Sprinkler Fitter attempt to work on or touch the components of a sprinkler system, especially the sprinkler heads themselves. They are very sensitive and can be unintentionally activated. This includes attempting to clean dust or dirt off heads, hanging objects from the heads, scraping off accidental ceiling or wall paint, etc.

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