Fire Door Inspection Companies in Florida

Fire doors are designed to protect the structural stability of a building long enough for firefighters to extinguish the flames. Fire door assemblies are designed to provide time for occupants to escape a burning building.

Few people fully understand the forces and stresses fire door assemblies are subjected to under fire conditions. Having the correct procedures in mind during a fire emergency is essential to point patrons in the right direction when it occurs. Florida Fire Door Inspection technicians will be sure to walk you through the emergency process and answer any questions you may have.


Why Door Inspections?

Failing to properly maintain fire door assemblies, a seemingly minor defect can result in serious injuries or death to occupants in your building. Neglecting to take the proper actions could result in liability and be enough of a cause for the Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) to issue citations and fines. To avoid such mishaps, call today for a fire door label or inspection quote.


What is the Solution?

Florida Fire Door Inspection is certified to inspect your facilities to comply with NFPA 80, NFPA 101 and NFPA 105 code requirements. We are able to provide a complete fire door inspection, and supply a report of the results for your records.



5.2.1 Fire door assemblies shall be inspected and tested not less than annually, and a written record of the inspection shall be signed and kept for inspection by the authority having jurisdiction. (NFPA 80 2007) Functional testing of fire door and window assemblies shall be performed by individuals with knowledge and understanding of the operating components of the type of door being subject to testing. (NFPA 80 2007) Before testing, a visual inspection shall be performed to identify any damaged or missing parts that can create a hazard during testing or affect operation or resetting. (NFPA 80 2007)

5.2.2 Performance-Based Option As an alternate means of compliance with 5.2.1, subject to the AHJ, fire door assemblies shall be permitted to be inspected, tested, and maintained under a written performance based program.