flame retardant siding decorations material

The secret to fiber cement’s durability is also what makes it fire resistant. 90% of the planks are made of materials that won’t burn giving fiber cement siding a Class 1(A) fire/flame spread rating – the highest classification available. Unlike wood siding fiber cement siding doesn’t burn even under extreme heat. 【Get Price】

When properly installed against fire-resistant materials plaster siding—also known as stucco—regularly achieves a one-hour fire rating. That means homeowners have up to an hour before the material will give into the heat of a fire and begin spreading flames into the interior walls. 【Get Price】

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Manufactured using a highly effective fire retardant and underlaid with a fire-resistant barrier this assembly is one of only a few synthetic roofing materials to get UL's Class A fire rating. Expect to pay between $6.50 and $8.50 per square foot installed. 【Get Price】

Flame penetration through the siding occurred more readily at less complicated lap joints. For example a ship lap or tongue-and-groove lap joint provided greater protection against flame penetration into the stud cavity compared with a plain bevel joint. With sustained flame exposure even noncombustible siding materials will eventually fail. 【Get Price】