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When it comes to fire safety, fire doors are of the same importance as fire dampers since they both will stop the spread of a fire. They are designed to aid in the compartmentalization of a building to stop the spread of flames, smoke and toxic fumes. In order for fire doors to perform properly, they are to be maintained. PREVENT is your source for fire door inspections, repairs and re-certification.

Code Requirements

NFPA 80 requires building owners to maintain new and existing fire door assemblies in working condition. These fire doors must be inspected and tested NO LESS THAN ANNUALLY. Furthermore, records of all documentation of inspections and repairs must be readily available and provided to authorities having jurisdiction upon request.

*CODE UPDATE: All fire door maintenance must be recorded and ready to present during inspections as of July 1, 2016; Documentation will be called upon during inspections as of Nov. 1, 2016 (2012 Life Safety Code). Read about the new changes.

Prevent’s reporting will get your facility up to code. Request a quote for fire door inspections. Learn what needs to be on the reports.

Fire Door Services

PREVENT Life Safety’s certified fire door inspection and repair staff will provide you with the confidence that your fire door assemblies are inspected to the highest standards. In addition, we restore non-compliant fire doors back to working condition to ensure the highest level of safety. We also provide you with clear and complete documentation of your fire door inspections and repairs for your life safety records.

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PREVENT has you covered:

  • Perform Thorough and Complete Annual Fire Door Inspections
  • Repair Non-Compliant Fire Door Assemblies
  • Coordinate Re-certification of Existing Fire Door Assemblies

“We choose Prevent time & time again simply because of the customer service that Prevent provides to us.  When we items to be checked on an emergency basis, Prevent is available to come to our need and resolve any issues to make our facility compliant.  Prevent’s staff is not only reliable, but also knowledgeable in the areas they are here to inspect.  Any questions that we may have for Prevent’s employees, they have the answers.  Thank you.” ~Flip Rodriguez, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

Call 1-877-392-6074 today for a no-obligation quote for your next fire door inspection.

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