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View our burn test videos to see how Pyro-Guard Fire Retardant Treated Wood does against paint and coating products.

Pyro-Guard's Unique Listing Provides Cost Effective Alternative to Other 2-Hour Assemblies

FRTW is allowed by UL to be used in any listed wood-frame wall assembly.  A recent test at UL has resulted in a unique listing for a 2-hour fire-resistance rated bearing wall assembly of Pyro-Guard fire-retardant-treated lumber and Pyro-Guard fire-retardant-treated plywood.  This new listing, UL Design No. V314, covers the vast majority of structure exposures providing an alternative to those designers wanting an UL Design number.

Virginia Beach Allows Pyro-Guard in Roof Structures

The City of Virginia Beach, VA has announced that Pyro-Guard is allowed in roofing structures.

A shortened version of the permit update highlighting the specific update can be found here (click on link to view): PDF of Permit Update

You can read more information on Pyro-Guard here (click on link to view): Pyro-Guard Product Information

NFPA Code Provisions and Fire Retardant Treated Wood

Read how Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood can be used in building construction and how this fits in with NFPA standards.

Click HERE to read article.


Reprinted with permission from ISEC.

Roof Deck Fact Check

Read the truth about painted, coated and laminated OSB used in lieu of noncombustible materials in our article: Roof Deck Fact Check.

Fire Retardant Treated LVL and Scaffold Plank

Hoover now offers fire retardant or preservative treatment for laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and Scaffold Plank . Contact Sales via email ( or phone (1.800.531.5558) for more information.

How to Get Hoover Wood

Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc  supplies a comprehensive portfolio of pressure-impregnated kiln-dried lumber and plywood products for fire retardant and preservative applications. Contact Sales via email ( or phone (1.800.531.5558) for more information. 

Non-Combustible Application for Wood?

The building codes have a growing list of applications for fire retardant treated wood in building construction of almost all types. For more information, check out this reference code (choose 2006-2009 Code or 2009-2012 Code) or please contact us at

Wood use in Type I and II (non-combustible) Construction

Read about how the IBC recognizes FRTW for many applications where noncombustible materials are required in Type I & II Construction.


Wood use in Type I and II (non-combustible) Construction



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