• Annual Fire Safety Statements for Doors: What You Need to Know

    If you are a business owner, you will understand how important it is that you keep your staff and customers safe at all times. As part of this responsibility, you must understand the requirements for annual fire safety statements for doors in your office. This blog post explains why they are so important, what they cover, and what steps you should take if there is any reason to believe that your doors may not be up to code. [Read More]

  • Choosing New Wooden Blinds for Your Windows: A Few Tips

    Choosing window coverings for your home can be an unexpectedly trying experience. It doesn't help that they're often called window treatments, as though the coverings are offering some much-needed therapy for your windows. You've already ruled out curtains, shades and shutters, and having decided that window blinds best meet your needs, you might think you're ahead of the game. But now you have to make a decision about the best material for your new blinds. [Read More]

  • 3 Things You Should Know Before Getting a Fire Door Installation

    Fire doors are an essential part of any building's infrastructure, whether the building is residential or commercial. The primary purpose of these doors is to act as an effective barrier that prevents fire from spreading from one room to the other. They are, therefore, an ideal component that can be fitted in vital areas of escape, such as stairways and corridors. However, a fire door installation cannot be conducted by any regular technician. [Read More]