Fire Doors Specialist Flintshire
We are a Carpentry and joinery company based in Flintshire, Near Flintshire. We are fire door specialists (supply and fitting). We also take care of any general carpentry and joinery.
Fire exit doors are available in either to standard sizes or made to measure, double or single leaf in a range of different security specifications.
Thanks to technological advances, fire doors are now available in a number of attractive designs and finishes. We are therefore able to offer a wide range of fire doors that match many of our standard door ranges.
All of our fire doors are tested and proven to the appropriate regulations, to provide you with absolute assurance that our doors are fit for purpose.
Ensure fire safety, save life, and save property
Fire doors Flintshire specialises in the supply, installation, and upgrade of fire rated doors to meet current fire regulations and IFC certified. we deliver a comprehensive fire door service, including a wide variety of standard (FD30 and FD60) and bespoke fire rated doors. Our fire doors are fully tested to be 100% compliant with current legislation. We also undertake upgrades, repairs, and maintenance for existing fire doors.
We recognise the importance of fire doors and their installation. Fire doors are designed to stop the spread of fire and save lives, so it is important that fire doors are installed correctly by trained professionals. If you own or manage any kind of commercial building, or if you are an employer or private landlord, it is your responsibility to provide effective fire protection for anyone in the building and abide by the Regulatory Reform Fire Safety Order 2005.
✓ Fire Door Maintenance & Repairs
✓ Surveys, Assessments, Checks
✓ Supply, Fitting, Installation
✓ Fire Safety & Safeguarding
So Why a New Fire Door?
Buildings are compartmented to delay the spread of fire from one area to another. The compartments are usually linked by doors to allow for passage of traffic around the building.
Door sets have two essential functions in a fire, when closed they form a barrier to fire spread and when open they provide a means of escape.
Common Fire Door Failures
✓ Doors Incorrectly Fitted or Damaged
✓ Incorrect Gaps
✓ Doors Not Engaging
✓ Faulty Door Closers
✓ Incorrect/Faulty Furniture and Hinges
✓ Damage to Fire Seals
✓ Incorrect Fire Seals
✓ Glazing Not to Specifications
MAINTAINING A FIRE DOOR IS AS CRITICAL AS ANY ROLE IN THE LIFE CYCLE OF A DOOR.
FOR THE FIRE SAFETY OF YOUR BUILDING FIRE DOORS MUST BE CHECKED EVERY 6 MONTHS