concrete floors, brick walls, metal roofs: why don't people build fireproof homes like the third little pig?
- 1 year agoFavorite Answer
Roofing campbell can do this.Source(s): https://shadowfaxroofing.com
- Nuff SedLv 71 year ago
To be "fireproof", it would also need to have no windows, or specialized, high-temp reflecting glass. Otherwise the radiation from a nearby fire can enter the home and ignite the combustible contents.
- ckngbbblsLv 71 year ago
because even if the house itself is brick, metal, etc, the furnishings, interior walls, peoples personal possessions will NOT be fire proof.
- robertoLv 61 year ago
costs in weight ease of const
ruction speed in construction
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- boy boyLv 71 year ago
here in the uk we build with concrete floors ..and brick walls ..the inner skin is block ..most roof tiles are concrete ..or clay ...we would never use shingles ..or felt ..and never tin sheets like america ..but still our houses can and do burn down ..
- dtstellwagenLv 71 year ago
In California that might make sense, but 1000 miles north of there where I live heating a pig like that would break the bank.
And we clear trees and brush away from a house as far away as the trees are tall, fires still happen, but not such a big risk to property and life.
- Aussie DevilLv 51 year ago
- 1 year ago
Its more expensive and difficult to build with such materials
- 1 year ago
Word.Source(s): Castle's in her future too huh.
- Anonymous1 year ago
We do its call d asbestos very good stuff