Fire Retardant Wood Treatment


Lumber that has undergone a fire retardant wood treatment offers a layer of protection against fire damage. Fire retardant wood is treated with a chemical preservative that helps to slow down the burning process of wood. In effect, a fire can be caught at an earlier stage, minimizing fire damage.

Many building codes require contractors to use lumber that has undergone a fire retardant wood treatment in order to ensure that the building is safe for its occupants. One of the major benefits of using fire treated wood is that if it is to catch fire, it will allow more time for occupants to safely evacuate the building than untreated wood.

Flameproof Companies currently operate facilities in Wisconsin, Texas, Oregon, and Illinois. However, we understand that these locations are not convenient for all clients. To best meet our customers’ needs, we offer onsite product delivery for clients across the nation. For more information or to request a quote, please contact us at (866) 884-7591.