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Flame Break, LLC

We are ready to save homes from the dangers of wildfire with a re-useable, Eco-friendly and easy to to use, self-contained system

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Other
  • Location Quitman, AR, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2013
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

We have developed a portable, self-contained structure protection system that can be used by anyone who can start a lawnmower and use a garden hose. With a little training on how to use the system, the average person will be able to apply a water-based protective gel to the structure (home, barn, business, etc...) in advance of a fire and evacuate to safety. This system can also be used by firefighters to supplement existing resources in the area


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    Susan Sidebottom
    Chief Officer

    Susan has many years of management experience in small business and big box retail. She has budget experience and keeps a close eye on the numbers. Susan works well with people and can get the most out of them with little pushing. She likes to reward a job well done but will not hesitate to council those who need it.

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    Richard Sidebottom
    Research and Design Officer

    Former USAF firefighter and a volunteer firefighter with over 15 years experience. He is also a welder and fabricator. His goal in life is to help safe homes and businesses from the dangers and destruction from wildfires. He is a firm believer in keeping it simple and doing it right once. "The less there is to go wrong, the more reliable the product will be" is a favorite saying of his. He sees the end result and builds the product to do it.

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    Amanda Condry
    Businees Anylist

    Amanda has 12 plus years experience in customer service and is a business degree graduate from Ashford University. She tracks spending like a hawk and doesn't mind telling you like it is. When she makes a decision, the numbers are there to make it happen or shoot it down. "If it doesn't create cash flow there had better be a good reason for it"