In a recent survey accredited by fire risk assessors and fire safety officers, 80% of escape routes were obstructed, 65% of fire doors wedged open and 85% had door closers disconnected or broken. A broken fire door may not seem like a big deal, but not only does a fire door reduce damage to a property in case of a fire, it prevents causing serious harm and sometimes even death. It's also against the law. In a recent review of 100 cases prosecuted under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, fire doors were the second highest reason for prosecutions.
Based in Newbury, Berkshire, we provide fire protection services and products across the whole of the South of England.