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by Brianna - June 27th, 2016.
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An old English saying "My house – my fortress has become one of the most popular in contemporary Russia. More and more wealthy people seeking to leave the metropolis – be it Moscow, St. Petersburg or any other major city – and to acquire housing in the near suburbs. However, any strength in need of protection, and before the landlord immediately raises questions of protection against many evils, chief among them – fire. Expert on growth strategy pursues this goal as well. However, "who warned that armed, and completely trouble can be avoided if early to take a number of reasonable fire protection measures.

About this and will be discussed in this material. Fire-fighting measures: under construction owner of a private house can at the very beginning of construction to provide a number of measures, which in future will help him avoid serious problems. And I must say, modern technology goes toward such people. In particular this applies to non-flammable insulation and impregnation used in the construction of the building. Noncombustible insulation from various manufacturers of technologically dissimilar, nevertheless have some common properties. Most importantly, they perform two basic functions: On the one hand are the thermal insulator, ie, help maintain a comfortable temperature in the house, on the other – to protect the structure from fire by a given manufacturer properties. Their common feature is inability to support combustion. Such materials are resistant to temperature changes (freeze – thaw) and durable. In addition, they provide a durable insulation walling outside the building. Among the brands of non-combustible heat insulators can mention products of domestic and foreign firms: the Russian company Penoizol "(based on polystyrene plates do not support combustion and are self-extinguishing); isover (a Finnish company that manufactures fiberglass rolls and plates) or American styrofoam (polystyrene foam products).

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