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Steve Conboy

"We Tame The Flames
And Choke The Smoke"

BenFranklin

"An Ounce Of Prevention
Is Worth A Pound Of Cure"

Awareness Blog

My blog honors Ben Franklin the man that coined the phrase, "An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure", which is so relevant today when it relates to making high density wood framed buildings safer from fire for workers and fire fighters.

Who would have thought that the same practical man from Philadelphia, who helped found the United States of America in 1776, would also make so many important contributions to fire prevention and safety during Colonial America?

In the spirit of Ben Franklin's pioneering work in fire prevention and safety, I have been advocating for safer and better practices in the US building industry. I have been beating the fire safety drum for over a decade now, while being involved in wood framed building on both sides, from the supply to the frame for over 40 years. Much like Ben Franklin had two carpenters on his original fire fighting team, I like to surround myself with knowledgable construction leaders who also support the cause of defending affordable housing with renewable sustainable lumber, for the benefit of future generations.

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Governor Newsom Call A Wild Fire Summit And New Fire Advance Experts And Then Make A Decsion

April 22, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Spend more wild fire resources to defend old California communities and add a proactive program that sprays better fire break chemistry with ground vehicles on and around homes before the fire gets into the communities.

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Dr. Ben Carson: Please Review My Carbon Tax Credit For Our Great Builders The Best In The World

April 21, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Governor Newsome this house in the California Wild Fire Rebuild today is not sustainable.

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MFI Red Zone Resilient Movement Support Sustainable And Builders From Fire Over Wetting And Floods On MFI Radio Podcasts

April 19, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Resilient Building Is A Higher Priority Then Carbon Neutral Green Because Its Sustainable

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Governor Newsome You Owe It To Test A Better Way To Stop The Advance Of Wild Fire Its Here And Ready To Prove It To Everyone

April 19, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) announced $43 million in fire prevention grants to fund 66 fire prevention projects across the state.

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M-Fire Has A Better Solution Then Third World Back Lighting To Burn Dry Ground Fuel And Can Prove It

April 12, 2019 by Steve Conboy

This Clean Fire Inhibitor Mighty Fire Breaker Tech is the solution. Tt’s here and ready if Pres. Trump and Gov. Newsom are ready to watch and listen in a Cal Fire Demo Burn. We are waiting for your call and we have been knocking on all your doors for months. Just get to Steve Conboy at M Fire.

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M-Fire Is Trying To Break Into The Big Club To Give Firefighters Safer And Better Chemistry Before This Wild Fire Season Really Takes Off

April 11, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Palm Springs brush fire under investigation; hot spot briefly reignites Wednesday.

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Can A Born In Cali Fire Inhibitor Be The Solution Needed In Wild Fire Defense Or Will It Be Blocked By Big Business This Year

April 8, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Now, in the aftermath of the Camp fire, which killed 85 people and caused up to $13 billion in damage, some are calling Cal Fire’s use of air tankers “costly and increasingly ineffective.”

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Avalon Bay Communities America’s Top Resilient Builder Winning All Kinds Awards With IRMI, ENR, Ben Franklin And Now REITS Top To Bottom The Best Builder in The USA

April 5, 2019 by Steve Conboy

AvalonBay Communities retains top spot for the third year in a row with an average ORA of 80.

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Former Innovation Award Winning Trus Joist McMillan Tech Rep Invents Cost Effective Safe Floor Joist In Honor Of Fallen Fire Fighters

April 3, 2019 by Steve Conboy

MFI Radio Podcast Show Host Is Looking To Interview A Fire Fighters To Discuss Collapsing I Joist Or Open Web Floors During Rescue

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M-Fire Has The Clean Fire Inhibitor Technology That Can Stop Dry Brush Fires Dead In It’s Tracts

April 1, 2019 by Steve Conboy

If Only Cal Fires Reactive Wild Fire Defense Plan would add a new American Clean Fire Inhibitor In As The Proactive Arm we would lower the loss of homes with less crews less bulldozers and less rakes because our chemistry creates the break sprayed them dry clinging to break the free radicals in the fire

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MFI Is Trying To Provide Bipartisan Support And Applied Science By Providing Sustainable Cost Effective Solutions For Our Builders That Fight Against Climate Change

April 1, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The trees we grow in reforestation programs produce the lumber we use to meet our growing housing demands has a huge carbon value when buildings are fire treated.

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Gov. Newsom Will You Be My Guest On My Podcast On April 10th To Discuss The Great Proactive Wild Fire Things You Are Doing And Promote Even More.

March 31, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Let’s talk about what you are doing and what homeowners can do now to add wild fire resilience to their property.

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USA Fire Tech Defenses Need A Complete Overhaul As Loss Records On All Fronts Have Proven

March 27, 2019 by Steve Conboy

What First Responders Don’t Know About Fiery Electric Vehicles And Lithium Batteries That Old Tech Can Not Handle.

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Reacting To Wild Fires Is To Late Power Companies Need To Be Forced To Embrace More Then Trimming Some Vegetation And Fire Bombing Now

March 26, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Giant Aircrane drops retardant. The giant Aircrane contracted by SDG&E drops retardant on a 2018 fire in Alpine.

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MFI Resilient Red Zone Tour Goes Live In SF With BisNow While A Building In Stockton Is Set On Fire

March 24, 2019 by Steve Conboy

A building in Stockton is set on fire while M-Fire goes live in SF with BisNow launching The RedZone Resilient Build Tour to discuss defending buildings and workers from arson attacks.

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MFI Red Zone SF BisNow Showcases Fire Defense Solutions

March 21, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The biggest fire in years, devours a building in downtown Concord and displaces 250 next door. Arson Confirmed In Massive Concord Apartment Fire.

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MFI Red Zone Resilient Tour With BisNow Starts Next Week In San Francisco To Teach Better Fire Safety In Honor Of Fire Fighters

March 17, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Our Builders carry some responsibility to build safer high density stick frame or mass timber buildings especially after 2 construction workers died in Denver last year including many firefighters by collapsing light weight engineered wood floors.

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The MFI Resilient Movement Is Out To Make Floors Safer For Our Brave Fire Fighters In Rescue

March 11, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Godfrey Fire Department Capt. Jacob “Jake” Ringering died from the injuries he received when a portion of the brick structure at 4604 Culp Lane, Bethalto, collapsed while he and other crew members were fighting the blaze.

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USA Extreme Weather Causing Huge Problems with Mud Slides And Saturated Wood For Builders

March 7, 2019 by Steve Conboy

MFI is out to defend builders from wet wood suppliers that are delivering wet wood and not defending it for the builders as it sits around on job sites. .

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Extreme Weather Events Are Having An Impact Now On Housing Starts

March 4, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Extremely Wet Weather and all the Arson Attacks On High Density Affordable Wood Framed Housing Projects are driving the cost to build and keeps rising while wet weather attacks critical paths, setting our builders even further behind on meeting the demands for housing.

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Resilient Building Movement To Help Defend American Builders, Investors And Fire Fighters

March 1, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Extreme wet weather, climate change, arson attacks and cyber attacks are some of the top risks highlighted in the 14th annual World Economic Forum Global Risks, produced in partnership with Zurich Insurance.

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MFI Radio Show Goes Live In April

February 27, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The USA Smart Builders Are Already Out In Front Jumping In On Resilient Building As The Insurance Industry Is Slower To Embrace Applied Science To Lowers Loss and Builders Premiums. The first Insurance Company to get behind this grass roots Resilient Movement will write better business with lower risk and as they lower premiums for smart builders they will gain market share to.

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New Science For Wood Framed Buildings And Wild Fires Proves It Will Lower Loss And Save Lives

February 26, 2019 by Steve Conboy

When Will The Insurance Industry Catch On That MFI Applied Fire Science On Lumber Lowers Loss And Premium Reductions Will Create Demand For Safer Buildings With Less Risk During Construction And Long After

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MFI A California Fire Resilient Tech Company Is Trying To Meet PG&E To Help Them Become Sustainable In Their Bankruptcy

February 23, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Hey PG&E lets have a meeting about defending all the vulnerable raw un-fire treated poles in many California communities to defend them from future wild fires to help rebuild your company in a resilient way.

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An All American Resilient Deal Is Better Than The Fear Politics Inside The Green New Deal

February 17, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The MFI Resilient Movement has a bigger impact on climate related events or climate change than Carbon Neutral.

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Dear Miss Cortez

February 14, 2019 by Steve Conboy

I want to explain what people and architects are trying to get from a Green New Deal, and also present my more logical plan, which is not full of political confusion and fear propaganda.

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Builders Can No Longer Ignore These Historical Wild Fire Losses. Buyers Need To Choose A Builder That Proactively Builds Resilient Against All Fire Loss.

February 11, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Builders, Insurance Providers And Realtors Take Notice As Young Firefighters Are Being Trained In Fire Rescue It’s All Of Our Respectful Obligation To Build, Insure And Promote The Sale Of Wood Framed Buildings That Are Safer In Fire Rescue

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Mighty Mold Defender™ Defends Renewable Sustainable Lumber From Future Air Quality Claims

February 10, 2019 by Steve Conboy

M-Fire Is Defending National Builders From Fire Like Never Before And Now Adding The Mold Litigator Defender Program.

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Builders Need To Beware Of The Changing Nature of Insurance Fire Claims And Litigation

February 9, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The Grenfell Fire in London will hold someone’s liability insurance to the fire. How about your liability in a wood framed building?

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PG&E We Have Pole Armor Samples In Production Now. Contact Steve Conboy at M-Fire

February 4, 2019 by Steve Conboy

Fire, A California Company, Has A Cost Effective Solution To Fire Defend The unprotected utility Poles from fire

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The 2019 Wild Fire Threat Is Not From Climate Change Or Trump, It’s Because We Have A Broken Wild Brush Fire Defense Plan And Thousands Of Homes With A Design Flaw In Their Attic Vents

February 3, 2019 by Steve Conboy

The California rolling hills are beautiful and green today like you would see in Ireland. In just five months...

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Which Is Our Higher Priority Net Zero or Resilient In USA Housing?

February 1, 2019 by Steve Conboy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Insurance claims from California’s deadly November 2018 wildfires have topped $11.4 billion, making the series of fires some of the most expensive in state history, officials said Monday.

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