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Many building codes for commercial, institutional and industrial projects require Fire Retardant Treated (FRT) wood, a lumber product with chemicals added that do not support combustion and reduce smoke in fire situations. Fire retardant wood is increasingly being used in residential applications as well.

Finished wood flooringEven if a building code does not require FRT (Fire Retardant Treated) wood, many construction projects utilize this product to ensure safety for its occupants and the surrounding area.

If a site does not have a sprinkler system, has highly flammable materials in the vicinity, or lacks access to other fire protective measures, fire retardant wood is a great option.

Enhance the safety of your building. Speak to one of our specialists to learn about the fire retardant treated lumber we have available.

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