We all aim to protect our home and our family from harm, especially against dangerous fires. However, that’s not always the case. There are times when the alarm system fails or the sprinklers don’t work, leading to the breakout of fire.
Fires could lead to death or serious injury, that’s why local and national fire safety authorities require homes and other properties to install fire protection safety devices.
Fire doors are part of the passive fire protection system and are part of the requirements for residential, public buildings, offices and industrial buildings.
In homes, fire doors are placed in:
A room or space where a door leads into an integral garage
Homes with a second floor room, like houses with loft conversions or a ‘room in the roof’
Fire doors are not your typical ordinary doors. They are carefully engineered that are considered critical to the fire safety of the building. What role do fire doors have in ensuring safety during fire?
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