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Fire Door Installation and Maintenance

What is a Fire Door?

In the event of a fire, a Fire Door will maintain a compartment line by preventing the spread of fire and smoke. In turn, this will reduce the risk of loss of life, injury, and property damage. There are various types of Fire Doors, and Global specialise in Timber (wood) Fire Doors, or Composite (compressed material) Fire Doors. Each door we fit must be tested to withstand fire for either 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes or 120 minutes, each with the respective EI30, EI60, EI90 and EI120 ratings.

Fire Doors must be certified to certain standards to guarantee their efficacy. To do this, we ensure all of the doors we fit and repair are to manufacturers detailing, as well as identified via their specific certification label or plug. To help us do this, we either manufacture and supply high-quality doors ourselves or use accredited and well-regarded suppliers depending on the requirements of the project.

Global’s Door Services


Global have a range of attractive and sustainable Fire Doors, which can be made to order for your project and even installed by our experienced and skilled technicians. Our doors are BM Trada Q Marked on Smoke, Fire and Security, meaning you can rest assured Global’s Doors are providing the highest level of protection to your property and occupants. Tried and tested to EN1634-1, EN1634-3 and PAS24, we’re confident that our Composite Fire Doors can provide some of the best solutions on the market.


Our installation team all have a minimum of NVQ Level 2 in Passive Fire Protection and/or Carpentry to ensure you’re getting the best out of Global. We understand the importance of Fire Doors and their integrity, which is why we install to FIRAS and BM Trada standards, following manufacturers’ guidelines and working in line with current legislation to secure full compliance. We work with timber and composite fire doors to guarantee your property is getting the best solutions.


The Global Group can assist with a range of different requirements for Fire Doors, including full surveys and inspections. Our skilled survey team can develop full risk assessments or door surveys to get you ahead on your project and give you the best idea of your needs. What’s more, any issues identified by our technical team can be remediated by our Fire Door team, giving you the Global Complete Approach.

Types of Fire Door Global works with:

Timber Fire Doors

Timber Doors are another great, sustainable option. Due to their natural material, they can be recycled, giving them a fantastic carbon footprint. Timber Fire Doors have been providing practical solutions for many years, and their insulative nature helps them withstand fire and heat for long periods of time.

Composite Fire Doors

Whilst Composite’s Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), provides sustainable and attractive elements, their timber core allows them to supply the insulation of a traditional timber fire door, meaning they are excellent at withstanding and restraining heat and fire.

Why choose Global’s Fire Door Team?

We want to ensure that each door we install and repair is to the highest standard, which is why all of our technicians are regularly trained and qualified to industry standards. We employ advanced project software to ensure each piece of work is monitored at each stage so nothing is missed. We work directly with some industry giants in Fire Door Manufacturing to guarantee quality and compliancy, whilst also providing our clients with the best and most attractive solutions.

The Global Group can survey, supply and install Fire Doors to meet your bespoke requirements. This holistic approach allows us to fully understand the nature of your project, meaning we can support you from project conception through to completion, or jump in at any stage to remediate any issues.  Our technical division Global Technical Services provide a range of exhaustive surveys, which can then be reviewed and remediated by the Global HSE Solutions team to ensure full compliance with legislative standards.