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Depending on whether you are an architect, contractor, builder, administrator, wholesaler or developer, you will be faced with various types of fireproof wood issues. Below you can see typical issues that you may face.


When the client and you as the architect are determined to use wood, the following question will be raised: How do we comply with fire protection requirements according to current building regulations? Answers as to which requirements apply, appropriate methodology, interpretation of documentation, help with selection of fire protection products are not always easy to assess.

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If you choose the prescribed product, you will not violate fire protection documentation, or contact Team Woodsafe and get the best and most relevant support in fireproof wood.
We can provide fire protection, we know what is applicable and we have the documentation in order.

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Although there are developers who will argue that it is the contractor's responsibility to resolve the situation if it turns out that the product is incorrectly documented, we certainly believe that you as a developer will not be particularly happy if it turns out that your tenants cannot move in to their homes, or that the companies that were going to open their business in the shopping centre cannot do so because the entrepreneur, the developer used products that are not certified and thus need to be replaced before access can be granted.

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As a wholesaler, commercial agent and construction company, you are expected by your client/customer to provide timely products with the appropriate quality and proper documentation according to the legal requirements that are imposed on the product and for the end use of the product. As a distribution link between manufacturers and users, keep in mind that there are no shortcuts to delivering a special product like fireproof wood. Appealing messages such as low price, fast delivery and the product being as good as the prescribed product, are some factors that you must be aware of. Is that true?

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