From NCMA eNews
June 13, 2019
Despite advancements in technology and stricter building codes, firefighters are sounding the alarm about how fast it takes a newly constructed wood home to burn down in a fire. The primary culprits? Two main components: engineered I-joists and oriented strand boards (OSBs). They're both made in part from wood chips compressed and glued together. To read more and see the video demonstration, click here.