Dedicated to helping UK businesses manage their risks in an effective way, Checkmate Fire is proud to be a Specialist Partner to Aviva Risk Management Solutions for passive fire protection services.
How can Checkmate Fire Help Aviva Customers?
Bringing your insurance premiums down and your building safety up, our compliance team can help your organisation to not only improve the security of your buildings, but also to ensure you meet your legal requirements related to RRO and all other relevant regulations.
Our expert staff specialise in third-party accredited installation of fire stopping in new builds, extensions, refurbishments and on sites requiring remedial work.
We have extensive experience of delivering projects at residential, commercial, public sector and industrial properties, including tall buildings and sites with complex requirements, such as hospitals and student accommodation.
Our work ensures that building compartments, walls, floors, service risers and roof voids in your properties retain their fire protection, helping to prevent blazes spreading, increasing the time available to evacuate and minimising the damage to property and disruption to your business.
All our solutions are tailored to meet the specific requirements and fire strategy of the site, use high-quality products in accordance with the scope of their fire tests, are installed by trained staff and are fully accredited.
Our team can specify, supply, install and maintain the entire passive fire protection requirement of your site, including firestops, fire doors, compartmentation, structural steel protection, fire resistant glazing and air sealing.
The best way to protect your buildings, people, and insurance premium, is to ensure you have passive fire protection built in to your premises.
Helping you to do just this, Checkmate provides services such as:
Fire compliance surveys and reports – our third-party accredited assessors will inspect the effectiveness of compartmentation and condition of the fire doors in your buildings, and make recommendations on any required improvements or remedial work. Associated certification and recertification services are available, with LPCB Certificates of Conformity issued once sites meet the required standards.
Fire door inspections – our LPCB accredited inspectors will inspect your fire doors, identify any required remedial work, create and maintain a door schedule, and certify any repaired or replaced doors. For large properties or multi-building estates, the Checkmate compliance team can also implement an ongoing planned inspection and maintenance regime covering the hundreds of doors on site.
Passive fire specification consultancy – our experts can assist with ensuring compliance with Building Regulation 7 in new builds, extensions and refurbishments.
How to get a quote
Either click the enquiry button below and make sure you clearly state that your enquiry is referred by Aviva to entitle you the correct discount. Or, if your enquiry is for a survey we have set rates in place for most building types, click here to access your exclusive rate details.