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London’s Leading Experts in Fire door Safety Compliance.
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Experience complete peace of mind with our NAFDI-certified fire door inspections. Our team ensures your doors meet all UK safety standards, providing thorough assessments and quick, reliable service

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"Remedial work was efficient and certification was promptly received."

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"Excellent service from start to finish. The inspection of 37 doors was comprehensive and the remedial work was done with precision. Highly recommended."

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"Safety First London is reliable and efficient. The engineers completed the inspection of our buildings flat doors and remedial work with expertise,  and everything was completed on time."

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Solution for any Structures
We have solution for any kind of buildings

Public structures
Hospitals - Schoola - Universities
Government Offices - Theaters

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Private structures
Hotels - Offices - Gyms -

Restaurants - Shops

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Buildings
Malls - Supermarkets - Big Stores

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Our fire door services

Fire Door Inspections

According to BS 9999 it is recommended to inspect your fire doors every six months.

One of our trained inspectors will attend your site, carry out a thorough non-intrusive fire door inspection and provide you with a detailed report. The report will outline the defects and faults of the door along with a list of remedial works, which need to be actioned in order to bring your door up to the current standards.

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How often should we check our fire doors?

UK fire door inspection regulations have been updated, requiring quarterly or semi-annual inspections based on building characteristics. Check out oure blog article on the new fire door regulations which is a summary of the latest fact sheet on fire doors from the UK governement updated July 24th 2023.

Who is responsible?

The Responsible Person in a building is in charge of ensuring that fire doors are fit for purpose. In commercial properties, the Responsible Person may be the owner, landlord or occupier. In shared premises, there is likely to be more than one Responsible Person and these people must work together to ensure they meet all relevant requirements of the Fire Safety Order.

What needs to be checked?

Fully closes
If the fire door is fitted with a self-closing device, open the door fully, let it go and allow it to close. Does it close into the frame without sticking on the floor or the frame or jamming on the latch or seal and without slamming too hard? Now open the door about 5cm and check that it still closes into the frame.
Ensure the door leaf sits against the door stop and is free from distortion. If you have double doors, check they close in line if opened and released together.

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