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Why Are My Fire Doors No Longer Compliant?

Fire doors are very important in commercial, industrial and residential buildings to ensure the safety of the occupants. Fire doors must be kept compliant to ensure that they maintain their safety standards throughout their lifetime, and can provide safety in the case of an emergency. There are many reasons why fire doors may no longer

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5 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Fire Door

Fire doors are specialist safety doors that are tested to ensure that they can withstand fire for as long as possible. They are a standard safety feature as they stop the spread of fire between different sections of a building and protect residents in the advent of an emergency. If you are thinking of adding

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The Importance of a Proper Door Seal

Door seals are one of the most crucial parts of any special door, especially those that block smoke and fire or those that are built for soundproofing. There are many important elements of purpose-built doors that make them suitable for different environments, such as thickness, size, configuration and functionality, but without a proper seal, these

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The Importance of Fire Doors

Fire doors are an essential part of a building’s safety design. They are vital in ensuring occupants remain safe in the advent of a fire emergency and are extremely important in numerous industries. Fire doors work by stopping the spread of fire and smoke into isolated areas, where people could become trapped. Here at FSE

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Must Know Door Terminology

Doors, we use them every day, but how well do you really know them? For experts in the trade, it’s important to know all the different types of doors and their features, so they can be constructed perfectly. Customers looking to install Special Purpose Doors for their business should also be informed on all of

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Benefits of Steel Doors

Steel is probably not the first material you think about when it comes to choosing the material for a door, however, it should be. Steel doors have many benefits over standard doors, especially for use in protective situations, such as fire doors and those that have hygiene requirements. Steel is a favourite material for doors

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Tips For Keeping Special Doors Looking Their Best

Special Purpose Doors can serve many purposes, from smoke proofing to sound insulation and for many businesses, they are a crucial part of keeping a building safe. Over time, doors may lose the sheen they once had, and like most things, they require regular maintenance and cleaning to keep them looking and functioning to their

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Common Mistakes Businesses Make That Damage Their Doors

Doorways are crucial for a business to function. Not only do they serve as a point of entry and exit for customers, workers and other residents, they can also serve as protection against fire, smoke, noise pollution and radiation. It’s crucial that doors continue to fulfil their purpose, so making sure that doors are maintained

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Three Common Types of Automatic Commercial Doors

Automatic commercial doors are a great feature for businesses that experience a lot of foot traffic. They are generally a preference to customers entering busy buildings and employees in practical settings, however, there are different types of automatic doors that suit different situations. Automatic Commercial Doors are important in many industries, however, it is important

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Smoke Door Regulations

Smoke doors are an essential part of fire safe infrastructure, as they prevent smoke from travelling between isolated areas, buildings and other areas where employees, occupants or the public may be at risk. To ensure the continuing effectiveness of Smoke Doors, they must be constructed to stringent building guidelines outlined in the Building Code of

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