Manufactured by Northeast Fireshield which is the exclusive ICC-ES Recognized Applicator of-- Inspecta-Shield Plus™ Fire Retardant
The Best Spray On Fire Retardant Recognized by the ICC-ES Evaluation Service for Dimensional Lumber and Plywood.
We are the exclusive ICC certified applicator of Inspecta-Shield Plus™ World-wide and the exclusive distributor of Inspecta-Shield Plus™ in the New York Metro area — we provide ICC compliant certified applications throughout the East Coast and in select major metro areas nationwide and worldwide. Certification by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), New York City Fire Department Certificate of Acceptance, New York City Department of Building MEA, and the Office of the California State Fire Marshal…plus others.
Don’t waste time and money ripping and gutting, when one of the most difficult aspects of your next renovation project can be much easier and less costly with nspecta-Shield Plus™ Fire Retardant.
You now have the availability of Northeast Fireshield’s “exclusive” On-Site Certified Applicator Fire Retardant Service. Northeast can give you a Class “A” rating on existing lumber and plywood that you so commonly encounter in “renovation and restoration” of any existing structure.
Our “exclusive” Certifed Applicators use Inspecta-Shield Plus™ Fire Retardant, a U.L. classified product. This amazing retardant and the process are the only ones approved by the New York State Department of State, State Fire Prevention, and Buildings Code Council. This same process is also approved for use in New York City by the Department of Buildings and assigned the necessary (M.E.A.) Material and Equipment Acceptance numbers.
Call us the next time you encounter a fire-rating problem on existing construction. We can now make your existing Class “C” lumber or plywood a Class “A” 25 or less flame spread with a simple pre-scheduled On-Site Application. Our certified applicators are licensed and possess a Certificate of Fitness issued by New York City Fire Department, Bureau of Fire Prevention. Certificates of Flame Proofing are issued (notarized in jurisdictions with such requirements) on completion of each application.