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TIS Ltd supply and install fire doors in both commercial and industrial buildings. Our range of robust fire rated doors is comprehensive enough to have the right fire door all types of properties.
We have installed our fire rated doors in residential buildings, large scale retail outlets, offices buildings and industrial units.
It is a legal requirement that certified fire doors are installed in properties to limit the spread of a fire.
Fire-rated doors have been designed to withstand fires for longer while containing the spread of a fire for as long as possible.

For the very best in professional fire doors installation, get in contact with TIS Ltd today.

Why Hire TIS Ltd to Install Fire Doors



We have been installing fire-rated doors for over 2 decades. We remain one of Cork’s longest established fire door and fireproofing companies.



We work closely with all our clients in the supply of the right fire door for their building. We supply internal fire doors, fire exit doors and fire front doors.



Our efficient fire door installation processes mean our fire rated doors can be installed efficiently and to the very highest of professional standards. This speed means we remain an extremely competitive fire door supply and installation company.

For additional information on our range of fire doors, get in contact with TIS Ltd today.

Fire Doors FAQ

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  • Can Intumescent fireproofing paint be painted over?
    Yes, you can paint over Intumescent fireproofing steel paint.
  • How much does a full facility fireproofing cost?
    That depends on the size of the building. Our fireproofing contractors are available to access your needs and offer a bespoke fireproofing quote.
  • How much does it cost to have a fire door installed?
    This depends on the size and needs of your building. We can offer a fully customised fire door installation quote that’s based on the size of your building.
  • Where Should Fire Doors be fitted?
    Different properties types have different rules and regulations regarding fire doors. We recommend getting in contact with us and we can offer advice on where fire doors should be installed in your property.
  • I am looking for a fire inspection company near me. What is your catchment area?
    TIS Ltd carry out fire inspections for commercial and residential clients in Cork and throughout Munster. Arrange your annual inspection with our team by phone or email.
  • How much does a building inspection report cost?
    All pricing will depend on the scale of the property that is subject to the fire inspection. Arrange a consultation with TIS Ltd to receive accurate pricing for your building inspection.
  • At what temperature does intumescent paint react?
    Intumescent paint reacts when its temperature attains or exceeds 120°C. The process results in a soft charring effect at its surface and the release of water vapour which helps to cool the substrate.
  • Can fire stopping solutions be retro-fitted into an existing residential building?
    Yes. We are well accustomed to completing retro-fit solutions for residential buildings that provide clients with a practical way of sealing compartments of their property.
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