Fire Door Inspections & Labeling 2018-05-10T00:38:15+00:00

Fire Door Inspections & Labeling

Enhance the lives of people by improving the safety, security, convenience and aesthetics of the buildings where they live, work and play

Overview

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards require building owners to have rolling, sliding, and swinging fire doors inspected and tested annually, and maintain written documentation of such inspections.

In the FireCheck® Program, a trained inspector conducts visual inspection and functional testing on all the doors in the facility. Then, the inspector provides a deficiency summary of any areas that fall outside the code requirements. The summary also includes recommendations on how to fix them per International Building Code (IBC), International Fire Code (IFC) and NFPA standards. Many customers find this service to be helpful for preparing for regulatory compliance.

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Did You Know?

See a top Joint Commission violation that is easily corrected.
The Joint Commission states that non-code compliant door openings are among the top 10 violations they see every year when inspecting health care institutions.

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Did You Know?

Find out how critical proper doors and hardware are to a facility.

Doors and hardware are approximately 2% of the total construction costs on a commercial project, but create more than 30% of the punch list items. This includes new fire rated doors that are not code compliant even before the owner takes over the building.

Know for a fact that your facility’s doors will work properly in the event of a fire.

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