I can't imagine why in the world a 'MOB' would by trying to find me,What are the best ways to rig up a fire suppression system around the house to protect against fire from mobs or those trying to burn you out of the base?
NEVER MIND trying to burn my house down!
They only do that to Child Molesters around here!
If you are afraid someone is going to try and burn you out, then MOVE!
OR stop doing what ever it is that will piss the entire neighborhood off enough to want to burn you out!
If I were going to try and 'Fire Proof' my home,
I'd start with 5/8" sheet rock with a fire rating.
It's not 'Fire Proof', but it's the next best thing to furnace lining you can drive a nail into!
Fire rated drywall comes in 1/2" thick sheets too, but the 5/8" has a MUCH higher fire rating.
Then I'd consider what was going to be in that room or rooms.
In the new fabrication shop we just built, where a lot of welding goes on next to our 12 million dollars worth of CNC machines, test equipment, and computer gear...
We didn't want to install 'Sprinklers' in the traditional sense, so we went with CO2 cascade system.
Removes air from the fire, and removes heat from the room without damaging (EXPENSIVE) sensitive electrical equipment.
In my home, I installed heat sensors that work through the alarm system to call in a fire at my house via a recorded message.
In the river house, since we are so far from any help, I'm installing both heat sensors,
And sprinklers that have to be manually operated
(Turn a Valve on outside) or my insurance won't cover water damage.
The valves can be switched to an automatic type if I so choose, but for right now I like them the way they are.
And I'm NEVER very far away from a 10 Pound dry chemical fire extinguisher.
I have one mounted on the wall at the top of the basement steps... (Side of kitchen), and another one mounted on the wall of the back bedroom closet.
That covers both ends of the house, and if I'm there, you can bet I'll try and fight the fire!
There is a smaller Kitchen module fire extingusher mounted right near the stove also...