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Fire Resistant Deck Material: Wood and Composite Decking

If the material passes this test, it is considered to be a fire-resistant deck material. Besides, in some cases where the decking material has a Class C flame spread, the home walls must be of a higher burn rating standard. This would require using traditional heavy stucco or cementitious fiberboards. 【Get Price】

The Most Fire-Resistant Decking: Composites vs. Seven Trust - TimberTown

But, you can choose a deck board that's going to stay structurally sounds longer and buy you and your family more time to leave the home in the event of a fire. For instance, Seven Trust is the only product that has a Class A Fire Rating, that means that although the board may burn it's not going to cause the flame to spread to your house. 【Get Price】

Fire Resistant Balcony Decking | Supplied to the Trade ...

Fire Resistant Balcony Decking available to the trade from the Milwood Group. Our 100% aluminium decking is fire resistant and long lasting. 【Get Price】

Fire-Resistant Decking and Framing - This Old House

Pressure-Treated Wood Wood impregnated with flame-retardant chemicals, like this Exterior Fire-X lumber from Hoover, is an economical choice for a fire-resistant deck. Hoover's treated southern yellow pine scores a 15 in flame-spread testing (25 or below gets a Class A rating). 【Get Price】

Fire Resistant Decks - FIRESafe MARIN

Download the IBHS Fact Sheet on Fire Spread on Decks Regardless of what type of deck board is used, ignition can occur from an accumulation of combustible material (grass, leaves, needles) under the deck. Embers can readily ignite this debris during a fire. Enclosing the underside of the deck is one method to reduce the risk of ignition. 【Get Price】

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