Our fire door installation service enables each of our clients to have a full and comprehensive installation certificate of 10 identifiable points, along with full test and data sheets of all materials used.
Our fire door installation service is also certified under the BM Trada Q Mark scheme. We will also provide our clients with a full O & M manual (Operations & Maintenance) which means that you adhere to Regulation 38 under the Buildings Regulations of England & Wales and be able to provide ‘as built information’, which is also a requirement of the person who is responsible for the premises.
Finally, to ensure that you have covered every area and more of your responsibilities regarding fire door installation, we will also provide photographs and particular proof of the intumescent between the door lining and structural opening.
By using Fire Doors Rite for your initial Fire Door Installation will not only give you peace of mind, but it will save you money in the long term. This is because any future Fire Door Inspections will already have had most points carried out and covered during the install.
We ensure the legal requirement for manufacturers of fire doors are covered by BM Trada Q Mark scheme and this demonstrates our ability to ensure the products we choose to use for your building resist the passage and spread of fire. Once again ensuring that we have the safety of your occupants and your business at the forefront of our minds during fire door installation.
Getting a quote for Fire Door Installation from Fire Doors Rite means you will receive a service that provides a full and comprehensive installation along with a certificate of 10 identifiable points.
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