Fire Retardant Curtains
Fire Retardant Curtains
Whether you want to spruce up your home décor or party space with a fabulous curtain, look no further than our collection of Fire Retardant Curtains. Made from specially-treated materials, these fireproof curtains are perfect when it comes to upgrading décor without compromising on safety.
In case your occasion calls for the heavenly sheerness of organza, we can help you with our organza fire retardant curtains – depending on where you are willing to hang them, feel free to choose between our fire retardant sheer organza premium curtain panel backdrops with rod pockets for your fire retardant backdrop or our ceiling drapes sheer curtain panels fire retardant fabric with 4'' pocket, which you can run across your ceiling for a pulled-together display. If hand-washing is not exactly what you are head over heels for, you can shop from our polyester fire retardant collection where you can find tons of flame resistant curtains and fire retardant curtains made of high-grade polyester of different hues, making them durable, wrinkle-resistant, and machine washable – use them for your event backdrops or window treatment purposes.
If you still believe that fire resistant curtains are thick and dull-looking, it’s time to bust this stereotype. While our organza flame resistant curtains are lightweight, their polyester counterparts offer smooth texture and a big variety of colors. Don’t hesitate to stop by our collection of Fire Retardant Curtains and see everything for yourself!
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. Are curtains fire retardant ?
Ans: Federal regulations in the United States require that drapery fabric used in most public spaces be approved as fireproof curtain material and should, therefore, follow the standards developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
2. Do curtains need to be fire retardant ?
Ans: All curtains, drapes, fabrics, and similar features should either be non-combustible or be essentially made of a fireproof curtain fabric especially when used in public spaces (including schools, churches, auditoriums, theatres, etc.) and is required to be certified as flame retardant curtain fabric, according to criteria developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Avoid using drapes and curtains in escape routes or exits.
3. Are curtains treated with flame retardant ?
Ans: If you are uncertain about the flame-retardant characteristics of your fireproof curtain fabric, you can cut a piece off the fire-retardant curtain material and conduct a field test in controlled surroundings. To be utterly safe, you can ask your local fire department about the right way to conduct a field test on the fabric.