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If site have a lot of fire doors that have been in for over 20 years and do not have a copy of their fire certification would the doors need to be replaced or could they just have them inspected and then maintained if required

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Even a new fire door does not have to have third party certification, so as long as they are inspected and maintained by a competent person and replaced if genuinely beyond repair then that should suffice.

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There are competent persons that have the credentials to inspect fire doors, even where no evidence of performance is held by the building operator.  The fire door inspector should provide a report detailing which doors are compliant and including a description of the work necessary to bring non-compliant doors to the required standard.

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