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Allstate should be commended for joining State Farm in this stand, only when the insurance companies see the benefits for the future of our countries new housing stock being fire sprinkler protected will the fire and burn problem be on its way to being greatly reduced.
Thank you Allstate! Now join the Home Fire Sprinkler Coalition to help educate and inform the public. tom lia

Allstate is making claims of "up to 15% discount" but they do not really offer any more than 2% tops nationwide. Insurance is a risk based business and if you want residential sprinklers for your own safety they are capitalizing on your good intentions to mitigate their payouts.

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