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 Read more…
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.
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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 the 2006-2009 Code, the 2009-2012 Code, or the 2015 Code) or please contact us at email@example.com.
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