Fire Doors

Fire Doors

Fire Doors are designed to keep smoke out of a room for 20, 30 or 60 minutes. Fire compartmentation is a vital part of any fire safety design, in the event of a fire, fire doors can hinder smoke and fire effectively enough to allow people to evacuate safely.

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Our Fire Door Service

Sonicco offer a complete fire door service. From bespoke to standard 30 and 60 minute fire doors, manufacture and installation certified by BM Trada.

Survey

Our team of highly qualified fire door inspectors will visit your site and complete a fire door survey. Once completed we will present a report outlining the compliance of the fire door. If the fire door is not compliant, we will make recommendations so you fully comply.

Manufacture & Supply

We supply 30 and 60 minute fire doors certified by BM trada. Our fire doors are bespoke, whatever you design requirements we can deliver. We have a manufacturing plant based in Bournemouth and delivery all over the U.K.

Our service includes:

  • Quick turnaround quotations
  • Fully finished standard or non-standard door sizes
  • Choice of veneers, beadings and lipping’s
  • Bespoke vision panels in clear or Georgian wire
  • Fire rating and acoustic doors
  • Complete pre hung doors sets with intumescent seals
  • We can supply locks, lever handles, closers, signage, kick plates

Installation

We offer a BM trada certified fire door installation service. We install fire door sets to the highest standard throughout the UK.

We run a continuous training program in house to stringently train our fully qualified carpenters and apprentices. We train every 6 months to insure we are up to date with any new products or changes within the industry.
Our door installers are highly qualified to meet the BM TRADA Q MARK certification scheme. We fit all door assemblies in accordance to BS 8214:2008 fire doors assemblies.

The RRO

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, came into force in 2006. It replaced more than 100 pieces of legislation, the RRO places the fire safety in a building onto a responsible person.

Building owners have a legal duty to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Article 17 of the Fire Safety Order requires a suitable maintenance regime to ensure relevant equipment is kept in an efficient state. This includes fire doors and escape doors.

Failing to comply with the Fire Safety Order can put lives and property at risk and could result in a criminal prosecution.