Multi occupancy housing usually refers to buildings that are owned by a landlord and shared among people, there are several different types of buildings that this could refer to depending on how many people live there and their living arrangements. For example, it could include, and not limited to, flats and apartments, student accommodation, hostels etc.
Fire doors and enhanced security measures are required by law to be installed in such buildings and this is where JELD-WEN can help provide the necessary support and expertise when it comes to specifying doorsets for your next project.
JELD-WEN is one of the UKs largest door and doorset manufacturers with decades of experience of supplying products into new build and refurbishment markets. We can supply a full range of fire and security rated flat entrance and interior doorsets, all independently tested and certified to UK standards.
We pride ourselves on committing to the highest standards of construction practice. Evidence of this can be found in the rigorous product testing and the many third-party accreditations we hold. We have dual-certified flat entrance doors for enhanced fire and security situations, along with fire-rated doors up to FD60 for all your full portfolio needs. Recognising such high safety and quality standards gives our customers peace of mind when they order and recommend our products.
As a UK manufacturer, we pride ourselves on flying the UK flag in all aspects of our work, from our heritage and craftmanship in the joinery products we provide to the nationwide sales and customer support we offer our customers. We have invested millions of pounds in our production, product and site facilities in order to offer you the best products for your customers.
Not only that, but we also want to reduce our environmental impact both now and in the future. By 2050, as a global manufacturer, we are committed to achieving net zero waste and 100% renewable energy usage in our operations.
Our commitment to sustainability and roadmap to a greener future can be found here; Read more on our sustainability and environment blog
Knowledge Resource Centre
View the information below for further advice for housing association: