Unit 11, 83-85 Boundary Rd, Peakhurst, 2210

8582 7997

Fire Door Installations, Service & Repairs

The use of fire door assemblies within buildings is regulated by the Building Code of Australia which references the Australian Standard AS1905.1: 2005





We offer a professional and expert fire door inspection service that is independent and certified.  Our Certificated Fire Door Inspectors are fully qualified to carry out the inspections of your fire doors and prepare a detailed report on the fire doors on your premises.

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With existing doors there may be no product certification and maintenance instructions so how can you be sure the repair work you do is correct and that the doors are fit for purpose? The answer is to make sure that the work is carried out or overseen by qualified people who have fire door qualifications and credentials.

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Sometimes it’s not possible to repair a fire door because damage to its integrity is so severe or the fire performance certification may limit scope for repairs and alterations. Or you may need fire doors fitting to new construction projects

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes a fire door a fire door?

Fire doors are given a fire-resistance rating, and are usually made of a combination of glass, gypsum, steel, timber and aluminium. They are designed to be kept closed, and any gaps between the wall and the door must be filled with a fire resistant sealant

What is the purpose of fire doors?

Fire doors create a passive fire safety system, protecting commercial buildings from the spread of fire by confining it to a specific area for a longer period of time.

Who can fit a fire door?

Unlike standard door sets, fire doors must be installed by qualified personnel as they made specifically for safety purposes and must meet with compliance standards. This includes qualified builders, carpenters and accredited fire door installers.

How do I know if a door is a fire door?
  1. Certification. The most reliable way to identify a fire door is to look for its certification label. …
  2. Gaps. When correctly installed the gaps around the tops and sides of a fire door should be less than 4mm thick. …
  3. Intumescent Seals. …
  4. Hinges. …
  5. Closing Mechanism. …
  6. Signage.

The Right Fire Door Solutions For Your Business

Complete Fire and Pumps work with leading fire doors manufacturers which means we can offer you the most appropriate, cost-effective solution to meet a range of requirements in terms of usage and fire rating. Whether your need is for a full replacement, replacement door leaf’s only or upgrade of existing door sets we have the expertise and experience to carry out the services you need.

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