Fire Doors in Stockport

Fire Doors in StockportFor fire doors in Stockport, we’re the right people to contact. With more than 100 years’ experience in the business, we are proud to be one of the longest-established fire protection companies in the UK, established in 1907. We offer a comprehensive range of fire protection products and services. This includes fire extinguishers, hoses, alarms, fire-detectors and blankets. Though our main area of business is fire alarms and related products, we also provide top-quality fire training, hydraulic testing, cylinder refilling, or blast cleaning. Most of our business comes to us via recommendations from satisfied clients in theĀ  North West, Stockport, Cheshire, Liverpool, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, the Wirral and neighbouring regions. We offer cost-effective, practical, simple and efficient solutions. What sets us apart from the competition is our commitment to excellence and our customer-centric approach.

Your safety is our business. In Stockport, fire doors offer extra safety and security. They are part of a system of passive fire-resistance, where the fire can be contained between two areas of a building. These doors have to be installed according to national standards, with fire-resistant fittings, that comply with current regulations. They are specialised doors that undergo rigorous testing against various elements like fire, and water to resist roaring, high intensity fires for as long as possible, so that people can get time to plan a safe escape. Ideally, the door and frame should be installed as a door set, there should be a mechanical door closer, the vision panels should be made of fire resistant glass, smoke seals and door handles should be according to British Standards. Nearly 40% of fire fatalities happen because of breathing smoke. That’s why these doors are crucial.

Fire doors in Stockport may be manufactured from timber but they’re covered with fire-resistant glass. For more details about our fire doors, contact us today. In homes, these doors can be installed where the risk is highest, for instance in kitchens or where there is a lot of electrical equipment. These doors should be regularly inspected and maintained well, and issues reported promptly to those responsible. Otherwise they are a useless investment.