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Fire door surveys

Your vital defence against fire

The fire doors in your building help stop the spread of fire and smoke, acting as an effective barrier against the spread of toxic gases. As a key part of passive fire protection in a building, the condition and functionality of fire doors is essential to the safety of your occupants. 

When we carry out a fire door survey at your premises, you receive:

  • A comprehensive inspection of all fire doors in your building in accordance with British Standards

  • Testing and analysis of the fire resistance of each of the fire doors, to identify if they are correct for their intended application (30 minutes, 60 minutes etc.)

  • Review of all fire door installation to ascertain if they are installed correctly

  • Checks for any damage, or potential for oil leakage

  • Advice on whether the intumescent and fire-rated hardware of each door is correct

  • A thorough, easy-to-understand report of our findings

  • Detailed recommendations for improvements or risks of non-compliance

  • Introductions to specialists to carry out installation and remedial work

Minimise fire damage

Robust fire doors will slow or stop the spread of fire to minimise the damage to your building

Meet your insurance obligations

Don’t compromise your cover. With regular fire door inspections, you keep up with your obligations under your buildings insurance.  

Protect your people

Effective escape routes and reducing the spread of smoke will reduce the risk to life in the event of a fire. 

When to get your fire doors assessed

General assessment

At a minimum, communal fire doors in buildings above 11m must be inspected every 3 months and flat entry doors annually.

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Changes to the building

Any redesign, reshuffle, or total interior rehaul, will prompt another inspection of your fire doors. 

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