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DCI Roofing DCI Roofing Call now for a free estimate: (561) 232-3570 / (954) 510-9210 24/7 OR Twitter Facebook Home About us Testimonials Video Photo Gallery Roofing Commerical Roofing Division Residential Roofing Division Re-Roof Process Policies Blog Contact us VIR CLUB MEMBERSHIP SIGN UP NOW - A "$500 VALUE" ‘What Type of Roofs Are Fireproof?’ Posted by lytronwriter on July 1, 2015 in Uncategorized As fire season heats up in the West and the Fourth of July holiday's fireworks displays are scheduled from coast to coast, now is one of the riskiest times for roof fires. Fortunately, many common roofing materials are fireproof. In fact, many municipal building codes require fireproof or fire-resistant materials to be used on roofs, especially in fire-prone areas. How Shingles Are Rated Shingles are classified by their fire resistance, with Class A shingles being the most fireproof. C... 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