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It is possible to replace your sprinkler head yourself, even though we do not recommend it. Turn the handle counterclockwise to restore the fire sprinkler system’s water flow after returning to the water valve. Ensure that the sprinklers are functioning properly by testing them as instructed by the manufacturer.How much does a fire sprinkler head cost?
This consists of sprinkler heads that cost between $1 and $33 per piece, valves, and gauges that range from $9 to $55 apiece as well as pumps and switches that cost about $15 to $60 per piece. New commercial property owners should expect to pay $1 to $2 per square foot, which includes both installation and equipment costs.