We at fire suppression Scotland supply and manufacture fire doors.  All our doors are tested for compliance. We supply FD30 and FD60 wooden fire doors these doors can be supplied as a standard timber fire door or as a painted or laminated colour chosen door type.

Please email sizes to use and specifications and we shall send you a quote back.


Our services include:

  • Fire door inspections

  • Maintenance and repairs

  • Replacements

  • Fire stopping

  • Integrity testing and sealing

  • Fire rated partitions and ceilings

  • Fire shutters

  • Fire curtains

How often should I have my fire door inspection?

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.

What is covered during our fire door inspection?

During a fire door inspection our technicians inspect each component of the fire door assembly including:

  • Door leaf

  • Door frame

  • Door closer (self-closing devices)

  • Hinges

  • Intumescent door strip and cold smoke seals

  • Glazing (vision panels)

  • Locks and levers/handles

  • Fire safety signage

  • Hold open devices

  • Gaps around the doors and threshold gaps

  • Panic hardware devices for external final fire exit doors

Upon completion of fire door and final fire exit door inspections, a report is produced detailing the condition of each door and listing the areas of non-compliance, which creates a database and asset register for future on-going inspections.

How do I know if my fire doors are fit for purpose?

Just like other life safety devices, such as fire extinguishers and alarms, fire doors and final escape doors need periodic inspection and maintenance to ensure that they will perform as intended in a fire situation.  The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order places this obligation with the responsible person and for life safety devices it is prudent to seek advice from a competent person.

For Information On Our Products and Services Please Contact Us

Fire Suppression Scotland is a family run fire and security company dealing with all types of fire prevention. We are based in Lanarkshire, but we span the whole country from top to bottom to meet our customers' needs.



01698 767879

Unit 4, Kilcreggan Court

Hillhouse Industrial Estate

Hamilton, ML3 9FS

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