Fire Door Certificate – what is this?

Fire Door Certification – it’s something we hear all the time: “Can I have a copy of your fire door […]

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How to achieve fire-compliant doors (that also look good) when standards are changing

Fire Compliant Doors: it seems like fire regulations and standards are evolving at a head-spinning pace these days – and […]

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What size door will I need to use to achieve Part M standards?

Getting access right is a critical part of designing projects like residential care homes and commercial properties – after all, […]

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What bespoke options are available for internal oak door sets?

Internal doors play many roles – for example, they can provide access and privacy, improve security, help to keep heat […]

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Key points to consider when specifying and installing fire doors & door sets

There are many important elements to consider when specifying and installing the right fire door for your project. In order […]

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What are the key benefits of Soundproof doors?

Soundproof or ‘acoustic’ doors serve an important function within project builds: they act as an efficient sound barrier to reduce […]

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What building regulations are relevant to Fire Doors and Fire Rated Door sets?

While we’ve discussed the importance of Fire Doors and the absolute necessity to have them installed and maintained in line […]

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Fire Doors and Fire Rated Door sets: How are they tested for safety and performance?

While fire doors and fire rated door sets can be manufactured and designed to suit a range of aesthetic styles, […]

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How to check whether security door sets meet Secured by Design requirements

The ‘Secured by Design’ logo is applied to building product manufacturers that have specifically designed and tested their products to achieve this standard.

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What should I consider when specifying timber doors for large-scale residential projects?

Timber doors are a popular choice for the residential market; not only can timber add character to a building project, but it is also highly energy-efficient and according to Greenpeace, is the greenest choice of door material.

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