There has been a sharp increase in fire-related accidents across the globe due to climate change. Wildfires in California have become a normal occurrence and burn hundreds of homes to the ground each year.
If you live in a high-risk area and are worried about your property as well as your family’s life, it's crucial you explore alternative construction materials that offer superior resistance. One such material is the 2-hour fire-resistant magnesium oxide board. Learn why installing it is one of the smartest decisions you will ever make.
How Is It Different?
Two-hour fire-resistant magnesium oxide boards offer superior resistance to fire thanks to their sulfate magnesium oxide board formula. This helps eliminate chloride which makes it a self-supporting fire-resistant board and achieves a code-compliant Class A1 fire rating.
Moreover, to give homeowners peace of mind regarding quality, the boards are made according to the ISO 9001 standards. This makes them perfect to protect the most vulnerable areas of your home from fire damage.
Protects Your Investment and Family
By installing MgO boards, you can reduce the odds of a home burning to ashes when there is a raging fire in an area. This will also give firefighters more time to reach the area to get the fire under control. A home's occupants will also have more time to escape due to greater resistance.
Besides fire resistance, it also is resistant to mold and mildew and offers sound insulation. These boards are easy to install as compared to other materials. Furthermore, these boards are environmentally friendly and help homeowners reduce their carbon footprint.
Switch to Magnesium Oxide Board Today
Want to improve the safety of your house? At MagMatrix Science & Technology (Group), we help people install high-quality magnesium oxide boards and panels that offer 2-hour load-bearing fire protection.
Our boards are resistant to mold and help reduce homeowners' carbon footprint. Our portfolio of products includes structural sheathing panels, wall panels, subfloor panels, fire protection boards, concrete subfloor panels, and MgO cement boards.
Reach out to us now to learn more about the durability of our projects.