Fire doors and frames are an essential part of a building's fire compartmentation system so it is important that they are installed correctly
Manufacturers of fire doors are required by law to demonstrate the ability of their products to resist the passage of fire. However, if they are not properly installed, their fire resistance capabilities can be seriously compromised.
Q-Mark Fire Door Installation certification provides reassurance to specifiers, contractors, and end users that their chosen product has been installed correctly and will perform as intended.
Our team of qualified installers can fit fire door sets to comply with legislation.
We are proud to be part of the Q-Mark Fire Door Installation Scheme.
As a company we work alongside approved installers of passive fire protection solutions.
These can be utilised to effectively seal penetrations, apertures and openings and so restrict a fire and its components – flames, smoke and toxic gas.
It is important to preserve the structural integrity of building compartments and pay particular attention to where communications, services and utilities go through fire-resisting walls and also cavity barriers, service openings, combustible pipes and cables and construction linear joints.
We utilise a wide range of products to suit our clients requirements.
We had a call from a regular client of ours to attend a reactive leak, to a roof on a large control panel kiosk. We quickly attended, temporarily repaired the defective roof, but strongly advised its replacement due to its many defective sections