What is a fire-rated door
More than 330,000 house fires occur in the United States annually. Not to mention the ones that occur in business facilities. A fire is a kind of emergency that might be impossible to predict or prevent, so it’s extremely important to take some fire security measures in advance.
You may install heat sensors and smoke detectors that’ll help you detect the fire break out. Usually, these sensors are connected to your home security system that’ll send you a notification in case of an emergency.
Another great measure to decrease the damage caused by a fire is a fire-resistant door. These doors are composed of certain materials that can help to slow down the spread of fire and smoke.
Sure Lock & Key would like to tell you more about this type of door and the benefits it offers, so keep reading.
How do I know if my door is fire rated
What is the difference between a fire-rated door
Can you turn a normal door into a fire door
Do you need a special door frame for a fire door
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