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        Fires can destroy a home and lives. They can cause massive amounts of destruction and kill people who are caught by either the flames or the smoke. If you survive such a horrible thing, you are likely to go through the stress and pain of rebuilding. It is especially difficult if you lost someone close to you. To avoid all of this, you need something that works. You need to fireproof your home with available coatings that are safe as well as effective. This will give you the chance to lower the risk as fire and contain any that do occur. With how dangerous fires can be, there is no reason not to do this.

        A fire retardant spray or paint will help to protect your home quite a bit. These will reduce the risk of a spreading fire, allowing you to escape and control the flames. If something does happen, like if there is a sudden fire in a single room, there will be less of a chance of it spreading. You will be more likely to survive the fire as well as stop it before it caused any major destruction. These are effective options and they can give you the chance to save yourself in many ways.

        There are several options available. Regardless of what you have, you should be able to find something that will protect it. There is everything from wood to steel fireproofing available, making it possible to protect many different rooms in many different types of buildings. This is incredibly important for high risk buildings, like businesses that deal with troublesome and dangerous equipment. You will be able to work, live, and do everything without worrying about whether there will be a fire or if it will claim everything. Your building will be much safer thanks to the work of flame retardant spray and paints.

        A great thing about the fire retardant spray and paints is that they are safe. You have the protection that you need without increasing the risk of other dangers. They are not toxic and they are easy to apply, helping you to take advantage of them in a simple and straightforward manner. Since many products that promise safety are often toxic to your health, and this is going to be something that you are around daily, you want the extra peace of mind that is offered here. Your home or business will be safer without sacrificing overall health.

        By using these products, you can greatly increase the safety of your home or business. They are applied easily and provide something that you need. With how damaging and dangerous that a fire can be, you are going to want to use flame retardant spray and paints. Since they can be used on various types of materials, like wood and steel, you will be able to make use of it easily. It controls the fire and it reduces the chance of it spreading. This can literally save lives and a lot of money, helping everyone to get out of this with more than they would have had otherwise.
         
        Posts: 1 | Registered: Jun 26, 2014Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        What? All that verbage and you didn't include a link? Guess you expect us to read your profile to find the link to your commercial site?

        You're slipping, Mr. Spammer.
         
        Posts: 1929 | Registered: Oct 06, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        for triple the price, there are fire retardant studs.

        for the cost of granite countertops, you can install a sprinkler system. if you're building a McMansion, code is requiring them now. we just had a silly battle in our legislature to block that requirement. a 1% bottom-line argument at best. geez.

        using solid-core doors, 5/8 sheetrock, and having the recommended smoke and CO alarms will give everybody time to get out.


        sig: if this is a new economy, how come they still want my old-fashioned money?
         
        Posts: 5820 | Location: North Burbs, MN | Registered: Mar 14, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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