Residential building regulations for 2014

Discussion in 'Building Regulations and Planning Permission' started by Mango, Apr 28, 2018.

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    Mango

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    Hi All, hoping someone can help with my query. We did renovation on our leasehold property and now we would like to sell find that I should have had some works passed by building regulation.
    We are in that process but not too sure if we installed a fire door.
    The new front door we bought came with a kite Mark. Does this mean it is a fire door.
    Any one know what rating we needed for the extractor fan in the bathroom. It's a Manrose. That's all info have, no longer have proof of purchase.
    Thank you in advance
     
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    Check in with the manufacturer website. They will have a phone number you can call for specific items. Then can even tell you the specs for the certain states.
     
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    Will do
    I live on the ground floor of a block of flats. (3 high) thinking building control regulation. Can I just buy an internal fire door, not external fire door as there seems a better choice and there still 45 ml thick.
     
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    Have to check with your municipality because they make and enforce the rules.
    If it is an entry door , it is heavier for weather resistance, and also security for breaking and entering for theft, etc.
    They will know what you need to do.
     
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