We have just completed another full rental property refurbishment in Denton. Which included plastering, flooring, exterior work a new kitchen and bathroom, new doors fitted. A nice clean finish ready for its new occupants.
Here are a selection of before and after pictures.
This week we have been fitting fire doors in our offices in Denton. It’s important that buildings are compartmentalised to ensure that the spread of fire and smoke is delayed. If your a commercial property owner make sure you have correctly fitted fire doors on your properties if you need help and advice give us a call on 0161 465 9112.
What makes a fire door?
A fire door is a door with a fire-resistance rating (sometimes referred to as a fire protection rating for closures) used as part of a passive fire protection system to reduce the spread of fire and smoke between separate compartments of a structure and to enable safe egress from a building.
Why fit fire doors?
Internal fire doors must always be fitted to incorporate the correct intumescents or smokeseals. They play a crucial role in restricting the spread of fire and smoke, and must be fitted correctly. For a door to work effectively, it must be free to move within the frame.
Finalfix Contractors working on the full refurbishment of a grade 2 listed building in Denton. The premises are currently being developed by Finalfix into offices and a workshop after being unoccupied for many years.
In a project of this type there is a lot to consider, to ensure compliance with conservation officers and building inspectors.
As the main contractor on the job, Finalfix will manage all trades and materials, and also liaise with suppliers, client, architect and building inspector throughout the project.
If you are considering a commercial or domestic building project of any shape or size call us for a free survey and quotation any time 0161 465 9112