Fire Doors Complete Ltd - Here to help with all your fire door requirements.

New Doors:

Here at Fire Doors Complete we specialise in helping clients to comply with the requirements of the 2005 Fire safety Order. Fire Doors are an essential part of a building’s fire separation system and UK law places an obligation on building operators to make sure fire doors and escape doors are installed and maintained as fit for purpose. Effective fire doors will restrict the spread of fire and smoke and therefore help to save lives and prevent injury in a fire. Ineffective doors though, pose a risk to fire safety and are in breach of fire safety law.

 

Research has shown that many fire doors have been incorrectly specified and installed. Furthermore lack of awareness amongst fabric engineers has meant that the standard of maintenance works and alterations to the doors have rendered them ineffective compromising their ability to hold back fire and smoke. You can find out more about your fire safety obligations at http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2005/1541/contents/made and in particular about fire doors and escape doors at http://www.fdis.co.uk.



  Here at Fire Doors Complete we can help in many ways:

We provide training for all involved in installation and maintenance of Fire Doors and Escape Doors.

We carry out on-site inspections of the fire doors at your building and issue a comprehensive report including details of any necessary remedial works.

We provide help with specifications for new or replacement fire doors so that you can be sure that the doors meet your own needs, meet regulatory requirements and avoid unnecessary expense.

All services are provided by me personally. I have years of experience in the Fire Door industry as a manufacturer & supplier, as manager of the Fire Door Inspection Scheme as well as a Certificated Fire Door Inspector having inspected thousands of doors. I would like to share what I have learned so that you can install and maintain your Fire Doors correctly, comply with current legislation and make buildings safer in the unfortunate event of a fire. For more information please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Best regards,

Neil Ashdown.