Fireproof metal roof

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According to the International Code Committee, the International Code Committee classifies metal roofs as Class A fireproof and non-combustible materials, which makes it the most fire-resistant of all roofing materials currently on the market. This is particularly important in areas prone to wildfires, because when hot ashes or embers fall on a metal roof, compared to hot ashes or embers falling on a tiled roof, the possibility of a fire on the roof is much smaller, which increases the possibility of fire on the roof. This is particularly important in areas prone to wildfires because when hot ashes or embers fall on the metal roof, the possibility of the roof catching fire is much smaller than that of the hot ashes or embers falling on the roof. This is particularly important in areas prone to wildfires because when hot ashes or embers fall on a white metal roof, compared to hot ashes or embers on a wooden roof, the possibility of a roof catching fire is much smaller. This is particularly important in areas prone to wildfires because when hot ashes or embers fall on a white metal roof, there is much less chance of a roof on fire than when hot ashes or embers fall on a wooden roof.