Fire Door Drop Testing - Vancouver - Sechelt - Gibsons - Sunshine Coast - Powell River
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards require building owners to have their rolling and sliding fire doors inspected and tested annually, and to maintain within documentation of such inspections. Canadian Doormaster Electric Ltd's Fire Door Drop Testing Program (FDDT) helps building owners and managers stay in compliance with NFPA 80 standards, while maintaining the proper operation and full closure of all facility rolling and sliding fire doors. We provide this service in Vancouver and the Sunshine Coast of BC.
Fire Door Drop Testing Services Include: - The inspection, testing and certification of your facility's rolling and sliding fire doors to meet NFPA 80 requirements by trained technicians - A written Fire Door and Drop Test Report, which documents each FDDT service call for your facility's records along with recommendations for any needed repairs or product replacement. - Copies of your companies Fire Door Drop Test records are kept on file at our office in case of emergency or compliance questions.
You will be contacted on an annual basis to schedule future FDDT service appointments to help keep your fire doors in compliance with NFPA 80 requirement and in good working order.
Fire Door Drop Test Program Rates in Vancouver:
(1)Door only: $125.00+HST
(2) Doors at a time: $100.00/each + HST
(3+) Doors at a time: $90.00/each + HST
**Please note that additional travel charges may apply depending on your location**
All parts and labour over and above the outlined work above will be extra. Lubricant/grease as required is included in above price, up to (1) bottle or tube per door.
Fire doors play a key roll in building safety. Properly operating fire doors help protect property and save lives in the event of an emergency. Defective, damaged or non-functional doors can lead to tragic results and may subject building owners and managers to catastrophic losses and increased legal liability. Our FDDT program provides for your facility's ongoing compliance with NFPA 80 requirement, while establishing and maintaining FDDT records for your facility on an annual basis.