What is a Fire Door Survey?
Fire door surveys assess fire doors to evaluate their effectiveness in preventing the spread of fire and smoke in a building. The surveys will typically be conducted by qualified professionals with expertise in fire safety regulations and standards.
During a fire door survey, the inspector will examine each fire door in the building to ensure that it meets the required standards. Overall, the survey identifies any issues or defects that may stop the door’s ability to contain fire and smoke.
Likewise to a Risk Assessment, the inspectors will then make recommendations for necessary repairs or replacements, and provide a detailed report outlining the findings of the survey.
Fire Door Surveys
Trainied specialist will conduct specialised inspections to identify any potential issues with the door leaf, door frame, furniture, and surrounding elements.
- Fire door survey with no obligation.
- Conducted by an accredited fire door inspector.
- Upon completion, a PDF report will be provided at no cost.
Fire Door Repairs
Following our inspection, we furnish you with a report outlining our observations and informing you on any necessary actions.
Therefore, If you choose to proceed, we will then undertake any repairs or replacements that were outlined in compliance with the relevant British and International Standards.
- Conducted by a certified engineer.
- Repaired in compliance with British Standards.
- Repaired using premium quality products.
Fire Door Installation
We offer a variety of BWF-certified fire doors in different sizes, styles, and finishes that are suitable for your property.
Our certified Fire Door Engineers install these doors throughout your property. Additionally, we provide fire door hardware including door handles and door closers.
Overall, we will help you choose the best accessories and hardware to ensure your doors are both usable and compliant.
- All doors certified
- Environmentally friendly
- Conducted by engineers accredited by BAFE
What is a Fire Door?
A fire door is designed to prevent the spread of fire and smoke in a building. In addition, fire doors are constructed with fire-resistant materials and installed in specific locations throughout a building.
They are built to withstand heat and flames for a specified period, ranging from 30 minutes to several hours. However, this depends on their intended use and the occupancy type. They are also equipped with seals and intumescent strips, which expand under heat to seal the gaps between the door and the frame, thus preventing smoke from passing through.
There is also an anti-shattering wire mesh. More importantly, both the door leaf and door frame must meet the regulatory standards. Furthermore, they are set by governing bodies like the British Woodworking Federation.