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Fire door replacement after damage

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Recently, the emergency services forced entry into my flat as my partners health/safety was at risk. An emergency locksmith was called after the incident (very expensive), so the property is secure but there is damage to the woodwork (see images attached).

I have no doubt that this means I am obliged to replace the door, as the damage does appear to be past the point of repair. What price point would I be looking at for an FD30 door to be fitted? 

Thank you for any advice!

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Depends how decorative you need it! https://www.diy.com/departments/doors-and-windows/bandq/fire/_/N-92gZ1z13zsvZ1z1398t?page=2

The door and frame need to be matched ideally as testing and approval is usually as a doorset (whole assembly, door, frame, etc)

Check the lease for the block doesn't have conditions on the appearance of the door, it may have to match the others.

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This forum is about giving fire safety advice not pricing, which will vary greatly depending where in the country you live, so I would suggest you you get a number of quotes locally, study them, and this should indicate a fair price.

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