Fire Doors, North West

Specialists in the supply, installation, maintenance and repair of "Fire Doors" across Manchester, Liverpool & surrounding areas.

So we're guessing that if you have found us you either need a fire door, require remedial works on fire doors, are a competitor or at the very least you're after some sound advice regarding fire doors.

Operating in and around the areas of Manchester, Liverpool, Preston, Blackpool, Warrington, Wigan, Oldham, Bolton and Cheshire, we are the number one choice in the North West for all your Fire Door requirements.

Most people who land on here will inevitably have had a visit from their local fire safety officer who has carried out a fire safety audit at their premises and identified that there are issues with your fire doors or maybe you are a facilities manager either way we are here to help.

The most common problems with fire doors are are as follows:

  • No intumescent/cold smoke seals installed.
  • No over head self closing device or it is defective/needs adjusting.
  • No fire rated hinges or only 2 fitted, there should be a minimum of 3 or screws missing or wrong size.
  • Excessive gaps between door and frame (single door)
  • Excessive gaps between door leafs (double doors)
  • Problems with glazed panels, not fire rated, loose glazing, damaged/missing bead etc.
  • Doors binding on floor coverings and not fully self closing.
  • Damaged doors with holes in them or incorrect vents fitted.

Why Do I Need Fire Doors?

Fire Doors are the protective barriers between you and oncoming flame and smoke- their importance can't be underestimated. These fire doors can be the difference between saving and losing lives and/or property, making them one of the important and vital elements of a building. One day, your staff, employees, visitors people under your care, residents or your family, not to mention the building that you will all be located in, may have to rely on the full uncompromising function and performance of a fire door and its fittings... they need to protect you from fire while at the same time enabling you to escape between and out of the compartments the doors separate, without allowing fire spread. Therefore, these fire doors and all their fittings need to comply with the many necessary regulations, such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, Building Regs, Health & Safety and British Standards.

Knowing where you need fire doors as opposed to 'normal' doors, the level of protection required, and whether they are fitted correctly and to adequate and compliant standards may seem like a minefield when you have to take all considerations into account; this is where a FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT carried out by Spark-Risk Limited will greatly assist you; Our team of experts at Spark-Risk, alongside our colleagues at our sister company North West Fire Doors, take pride in making this process easy for you, using our knowledge, expertise and years of experience in the fire safety industry; Our various packages and plans can ensure you enjoy a worry-free and cost-effective solution that is tailored to your needs, to enable your business or property to fully meet necessary Regulations, and maintain your level of safety and protection from fire.

The old dilemma "Compliance v Costs" - Spark Risk is here to deliver on both counts

Help is at hand

Whatever the problem, don't panic! We can advise you of the best solution and try to work within your budget to achieve compliance. Whether you are in Greater Manchester, Liverpool, Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria we are only are short drive away.

To speak to one of our team for more information or advice on anything related to Fire Doors in the U.K. contact Spark-Risk now on 01925 354 100 or call Steve directly on 07853 216 740.

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