Roofing, Siding, Decking, and Storefronts
Lumber: 1×4, 2×4, 2×6, 2×8, 2×10, 2×12 in 8’ to 16’
Panels: ⅜”, ½” ⅝”, ¾”, 1” (thick panels in various grades)
To meet fire codes and regulations in some of your projects, you will need fire retardant lumber. Fire retardant lumber has been treated to have a slower burn rate compared to other lumbers in the event of a fire.
We offer both interior and exterior-grade fire retardant lumber and plywood for any commercial and residential projects. Specifically, we work with our suppliers to provide Hoover Pyro-Guard® and Exterior Fire-X®. Both have been thoroughly tested and certified to provide the required safety and protection.
Frequently Asked Questions
This is Hoover’s interior fire-treated product. It is intended to be installed in a dry or weather-protected environment.
This is Hoover’s exterior fire-treated product. It can be installed in environments that will be exposed to the elements, without sacrificing the fire-treatment characteristics.
Fire retardant lumber is pressure treated with a special chemical that helps to slow the burn rate of the lumber. Eventually, the wood will completely burn without fire suppression, but it will take longer than untreated lumber.
Fire treatment is done with the same process as pressure-treated wood. The chemicals that the lumber has been treated with are different and serve different purposes. Exterior Fire-X® is not a substitute for pressure-treated wood but does provide some limited protections against rot and decay while maintaining the flame spread requirements that specs call for. If you are at all unsure as to what lumber would be best suited for your project, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help.
Yes! Frisco Woodline has a multitude of certifications, including the FSC Certification. Learn more about our certifications.
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