Endurance pledges support for Fire Door Safety Week

Endurance Pledge Support For Fire Door Safety WeekEndurance Doors is pledging its support for Fire Door Safety week, which will take place from 26 September to 2 October 2016, through a number of online and offline channels.

Describing itself as ‘arguably’ the first solid timber composite door to successfully achieve a FD30S rating, which covers the fire door and smoke seals, Endurance is looking to raise further awareness for all composite fire doors, particularly internal garage doors that not only need to meet the important legislative and safety requirement, but are also a security weak spot in many new homes.

According to Endurance, burglars are able to gain access to garages by the simple means of a wire coat hanger in seconds and without any adequately secure internal door, Endurance maintains that thieves can gain direct access to the home without any external visual evidence.

According to Endurance, there’s a clear opportunity for composite door sales to be doubled on many of the UK’s new housing estates, where there’s direct access from the garage into the main part of the home. With security reportedly the key driver in composite door sales, Endurance says that the replacement of a front door could be supplemented by a sale of an internal garage door with a fire rating.

Stephen Nadin, managing director of Endurance Doors said: “It’s important for us to support Fire Door Safety week, as we believe there’s a sales opportunity to be realised. But perhaps above all else as a door industry, we need to raise the awareness of the fundamental importance of the role fire doors play in saving lives and protecting property.”


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