fire-rated moulding?

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Old 10-05-07, 07:29 PM
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fire-rated moulding?

i'm doing an addition to my house, and one of the new codes state that if i'm within 5' from my side property line, i need fire-rated walls and overhang on that side (it was 3' until july '07). my problem is i am matching my existing crown moulding, which has no exposed underside of an eave. the city (phoenix) said i needed to find a fire-rated moulding for that one side. does anyone know if such a thing exists?
 
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Old 10-06-07, 03:36 AM
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Double posting causes confusion. Check the answers in the other forum you posted in.
 
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each section has it's experts, right? just making sure my question has the best opportunity to be answered. sorry to confuse you.
 
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Old 10-06-07, 09:46 AM
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Yes, but most of us jump from forum to forum, since we are general contractors rather than specialists. No harm done, and keep 'em coming!
 
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