Edwardian/1930s Fire Doors

Edwardian and 1930s fire doors were designed and built during the early 20th century, with a focus on functionality and safety. These doors were typically made from solid wood and featured a robust construction with reinforced frames and fire-resistant materials. They were designed to prevent the spread of fire, smoke and toxic fumes, and they often featured specialised seals and hardware to enhance their fire-resistant properties.

Edwardian fire doors were characterised by their ornate, decorative designs, while 1930s fire doors were typically simpler and more streamlined in appearance. Both types of fire doors were popular in public and commercial buildings, as well as in private homes, and continue to be used today in many historic properties.

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