Fire Doors, What They Are & Why You Need Them
Fire doors are a vital line of defence in protecting your home from a fire. They are designed to keep the fire contained in one area.
A fire door is a door specially designed for use in buildings with a high risk of fire or where there is a risk of explosion. It will have been rated to resist the spread of fire and smoke.
Fire doors can be made from steel, aluminium, timber or other materials. They will be fitted with a self-closing device to prevent them from being left open or opening during a fire.
Fire doors installation is used to stop the spread of fire and smoke. It is an essential part of a building’s fire safety system. There are many benefits of installing a fire door, such as:
Fire doors are essential because they can save your life and the lives of those around you. The importance of having doors that meet specific criteria cannot be overstated.
They are also often required by law and must follow specific rules and regulations.
Fire doors are required by law in England for all new residential buildings. The regulations set out by the Building Regulations 2010 state that fire doors must be able to resist the passage of flames for at least 30 minutes.
The regulations also require that all fire doors be self-closing self-latching and open outwards if possible.
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