Harrold-Jones Services has extensive fire door and passive fire protection experience. We are an LPS 1197 certified company and carry out the following services.
Fire Door Inspections
Fire doors save lives and property. Harrold-Jones Services carry out fire door inspections and provide you with a report to determine what is required for your doors to comply with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Depending on the type of building you are responsible for and who occupies it will influence the frequency of fire door inspections required. Some buildings, such as schools and hospitals, are subject to heavy traffic and the doors have a hard time often being subject to repeated misuse.
BS9999 recommends six monthly inspections and includes guidance on some of the main inspection criteria, but remember that you are responsible for ensuring an adequate inspections and maintenance routine is in place.
Fire Door Repairs and Replacement
Harrold-Jones Services carry out repairs, replacements and upgrading to non-compliant fire doors and final fire exit doors using fully certified material from approved manufacturers.
With ever more complex building service requirements, passive fire protection is becoming an increasingly complicated area.
Harrold-Jones Services installs specialist fire-stopping products and we are an LPS 1531 certified company, which enables us to provide our clients with the best in passive fire protection.
Products installed include: intumescent mastics, specialist fire stopping batts and coatings, fire rated compounds, specialist intumescent collars or wraps for PVC pipes and intumescent seals for construction joints.
Other services we provide include: intumescent coatings for fire protection of steel works, application of fire protection boards, fire-rated ceilings and steel fire escapes.
Integrity Testing and Sealing
If you have a gas suppression system, Harrold-Jones Services is able to carry out a room integrity test in order to check the ability of the enclosure to retain an effective concentration of gas, which is a critical to the safe operation of the system.