Product substitution can be dangerous! We all want to save a buck or two, but in reality, it could end up being more costly. It could lead to job holds, tear downs, and safety issues. In order to prevent these issues from happening to you, make sure you do your proper research when looking for a Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) that is code compliant.
When selecting FRT plywood or lumber make sure you look for a code compliant stamp. Like this one….
This stamp signifies a code compliant FRT product. Dricon producers stamp each piece of wood so there is no doubt that it is treated properly to the highest standard.
Have questions regarding Dricon FRTW? Contact a Fire Retardant Treated Wood Specialist today!