A wood vane, a wood gate step stool and a wooden gate fence can all be used to keep your property safe from fire, according to a new study by the University of Virginia’s School of Public Health.
Wood vane: Wood vanes, or wood steps, can be used as an integral part of a fire barrier to protect a building from the flames, the study found.
Wood gate steps: Wood gate step stools and gates are a common part of residential and commercial structures.
They can be installed in the front or back of a building to provide a fire protection barrier.
Wooden gate fences: Wooden gate fencing can be a decorative feature on a building or decorative elements that serve as fire protection barriers.
The study found that wooden gate fences were the most effective barrier against fire.
“Our study indicates that the most important elements of a wood vanes fire barrier are the wood vine, wooden step stool or gate fence,” said lead author Dr. David A. Furlong, a professor of health sciences.
“They can serve as integral parts of a barrier and help protect the building from fire.”
Furlung noted that the wood step stool can be mounted at the top of a wall, while a wooden fence is typically mounted on a side wall or a side porch.
Wood fence: The most important element of a wooden vane is the wood fence.
Wood fences are typically made of wood or fiberglass.
They provide protection against fire and other environmental hazards.
Wood step stool: Wood step stilts, also known as wooden stairs, are an integral component of a residential and/or commercial building’s fire barrier.
Wood stairs can be attached to a building’s exterior wall to provide an effective fire protection shield.
Wood gates: Wood gates are typically used to protect the entrance and/atrium of a residence from fire.
The wood gates serve as an element that prevents smoke and other airborne materials from entering the building.
The fire barrier provides a barrier to smoke, smoke and debris entering the residence.
Wooden gates: Wooden gates can be placed in the exterior of a home or commercial building to prevent smoke and smoke and dust from entering.
Wooden steps: Wooden steps provide protection from fire and are used as a fire escape.
Wooden stairs also can be positioned at a side entrance or a front entrance to provide protection for a building.
Wood fire escape: The wood fire escape is an integral element of any residential or commercial fire barrier, Furluons study found, because it helps to provide additional protection from smoke and fire.
Fire-resistant construction materials are often used to provide the fire barrier that’s most effective in protecting against fire in an event that involves a fire or an explosion.
The UVA study found a total of 15 different materials were tested, and the results were presented in a scientific journal.
The research was funded by the National Science Foundation and the Virginia Department of Agriculture.
The article was originally published on Fortune.