Fire Escapes and their common issues
Lack of use generally contributes to common issues with fire exits. This is due to them being tested in emergencies, or weekly. There are fire exits which are constantly used whilst entering a building, causing them to have wear and tear.
BS8300 and BS8214 states that for manual fire exit doors they should have examinations that take place twice a year, so it is very important to have these door sets in the best condition. Specific attention should be paid to paddle handles, hinges, panic bars, pivots and door closing mechanisms.
We have experienced engineers who have been trained on equipment by major manufacturers. Our engineers are also equipped with spare parts accounts so they can repair your fire exits with ease. All costs and the first hour on site are included in our fixed rate call out to minimise disruption and potential loss of business.
Service contract agreements are available to give you peace of mind, as they include preventative maintenance. We offer this at an affordable rate, lower than the cost of a major component failure, so that your business is operational and compliant.
Our Repair Service Includes
Common spare parts carried on vans
Minor repairs included
Adjust speeds of floor spring / transom closer / overhead closer if required
Check operation for safe escape
Separate quotation for defects or recommendations
Prioritise quotations on multiple door sites