Gloucester FD30s Fire Door in Blue

SSP: £1786.00

Our Price: £1414.00 Includes Fitting & VAT

Saving You: £372.00

What’s included

  • Please note this is an FD30S and adds additional cold smoke seals
  • Expert Measuring, Fitting and VAT
  • Door & Frame (see 'Description' Tab Below)
  • Toughened Safety Glass (Comes Wired As Standard, To See More Options Click The Glass Tab Below)
  • 12 Months Key Return Policy (See Tab Below)
  • 10 Year Guarantee (See Tab Below)

This product complies with UK FD30 / FD30S safety regulations and adds additional cold smoke seals to mitigate against the spread of smoke for a minimum time of 30 minutes.

This door is accredited for 30 minutes, during tests it has surpassed that by over ten minutes. 

uPVC and steel constructed 70mm door frame with a specially designed 44mm multilayered particle board panel, coated by a 3mm thick uPVC skin.

These doors come fitted with double glazed, pyroshield wired glass as standard.

This FD30s door contains intumescent strips which foam and swell during a fire, filling the gap between door and frame; ensuring smoke does not get through.

Handles come in the lever/lever configuration and are available in Gold and Chrome.

This FD30s Fire Door comes complete with an overhead door closer to comply with fire regulations.

The following reviews are from customers who have had the above door installed

Leigh was very responsive and gave advice about the type of door I needed. 

Laura Dennis-Coyne, London

26 July 2018

We are very pleased with the service provided. The advice given by the office staff was helpful as was the advice of the installers (Kash and Arj) once they saw what needed to be done. It wasn't an easy job as to do the door, new windows had to be fitted as well. I had been worried about potential damage to the surrounding structure but they worked very carefully and there was no damage. It looks extremely nice. The installers were positive and enthusiastic and worked very hard throughout the day to do a high standard of work. 

Bonnie Heath, London

19 October 2016