Welcome to FD Fire Door, leading UK fire door inspectors. We are the only FDIS certificated fire door inspection service operating in Cumbria, the North East, Dumfries & Galloway and throughout Scotland, providing fire door inspection services, fire door management systems and fire door training courses for clients across the UK.
Fire Doors are a vital life safety system offering protection to occupants, assets and buildings. Regular inspection of your fire doors is critical to their performance and a legal requirement.
FD Fire Door are third party accredited to assess the suitability and serviceable condition of existing and newly installed fire doors and their components. We have over 20 years’ experience in the specification of hardware for fire-resisting doors, in-depth knowledge of fire-resisting door assemblies, current legislation, regulations and best practice guidance.
If you are looking for a fire door inspector in Cumbria, the north west, the north east, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland or indeed anywhere in the UK, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
We offer a range of services including
We provide fire door inspection services for a variety of clients including
Qualified and certificated FDIS fire door inspector. FDIS is the leading scheme for Fire Door Safety in the UK, transforming knowledge about how and why fire doors work and the dangers of getting it wrong.
Independently assessed by Exova Warringtonfire to inspect and report on the serviceable condition of fire doors and final exit doors.
We have over 20 years’ experience and vast working knowledge of fire door safety and architectural hardware specification.
Qualified and registered (RegAI) architectural ironmonger. RegAI status is the benchmark standard for architectural ironmongery specification. This status requires that every architectural ironmonger is a qualified GAI (Guild of Architectural Ironmongery) Diploma holder and is evidence that the architectural ironmonger has proved they are fully up-to-date with industry standards, regulations and legislation through CPD.
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