Closed fire doors can make access through a building difficult. This is a particular problem in schools, hospitals and care homes where heavy fire doors might be difficult for people to open, and where staff need to move swiftly in an emergency. Heavy fire doors can also be an issue in hotels for guests with luggage and staff with trays.
Fireco offers solutions
- Full compliance with fire regulations
- Easier to move around the building as doors can remain open
- No more struggling with heavy fire doors
Every time you leave a fire door open, a fairy dies. I know, I know, it's not true, is it? Fairies aren't even real (or are they?). But the way that some fire safety people insist that fire doors are kept closed, you could be fooled into thinking that there is...read more
Wedged or propped open fire doors are a common problem. They can be heavy, restrict access through buildings, and prevent a free flow of air, which is why people want to keep fire doors open. However, fire doors have a very important purpose — preventing the spread of...read more
The legal responsibility of maintaining hotel fire safety may seem daunting, but we’re here to make compliance easy. Here’s our Fireco guide to fire safety if you own or manage a hotel. The Fire Safety Order (FSO) is the current law in England and Wales. This states...read more