Internal Firedoor

Timber Fire Doors

We design and manufacture fire rated timber doors for period properties. These external and internal doors comply with the Fire Safety Law without breaching heritage planning requirements, allowing them to be installed in listed buildings and conservation areas.

Fire resistant doors and panels can significantly slow the spread of fire along a room or corridor, as well as reducing damage caused by the smoke and flames. This is vital to maintain the integrity of the building’s often timber framed structure.

All our fire rated products are fully compliant with the latest Fire Safety Law regulations. We currently hold certificates from Warrington Fire and Research Ltd, which meet the requirements of BS476, Part 22. This includes a fire resistance integrity of thirty minutes (FD30).

Fire door features

  • Meets regulations for use in listed and heritage buildings
  • 30 minute fire resistance integrity
  • Warrington fire certification

Fire rated timber panelling and screens

As well as wooden doors, we supply and fit fire rated panels, screens and other joinery products. We offer a variety of panel styles, such as raised, fielded and flush, in a range of panel assemblies.

Fire Safety Law

Fire safety law for listed buildings

Changes to the Fire Safety Law means that owners of non-domestic properties are now responsible for ensuring the safety of everyone who uses the premises. However, listed buildings have a unique requirement in that any replacement doors need to retain the original period detail and style of construction, as detailed in The Listed Building Act. Fire rated doors from Wessex offer the best of both worlds.

Types of timber

Wood types for period fire doors

Softwood, hardwood and specialist timber are all available for our range of fire doors. Choose from popular and durable types of wood, including air-dried oak, sapele, Douglas fir and European Redwood, among others.

Painting & finishes

Painted wooden fire doors

We are able to replicate period timber doors without the use of intumescent coatings, allowing the doors to be painted or finished normally with a clear coat. This allows for traditional white-painted internal doors, which meet modern day fire ratings.

Our Restoration Projects

We have carried out renovation projects on numerous properties in conservation areas and listed buildings. Read about some of our heritage restoration projects, including bespoke designs and replica period features!

Kresen Kernow Archive Centre
timber sash window renovation
Case study: Timber sash window renovation and repair
Tyndalls Park Road
Refurbishing Grade II listed building at the University of Bristol