UL Qualified Firestop Contractor
In a fire, every second counts! Properly installed firestop assemblies protect you by reducing the spread of fire, smoke, and toxic gases.
What sets a UL Qualified Firestop Contractor or an FM 4991 Approved contractor apart? In both of these programs, a firestop contractor must meet certain qualifications including:
1) Maintaining at least one Designated Responsible Individual “DRI” to oversee firestop projects.
2) Develops and maintains a quality control manual that addresses firestop assembly selection, field inspections, material handling, and tool calibration.
3) DRI’s must earn as many as 60 educational contact hours and/or submit to re-testing every three years.
4) Firestop contractors must submit to annual audits to verify system compliance.
Earning and maintaining our qualified firestop contractor status is a priority.
Taylor Interiors knows the firestop industry and we pass inspections that allow projects to remain on time and under budget.
Projects include various industries such as healthcare, senior care, and education facilities.
Taylor Interiors offers our clients maximum quality service as holders of the UL Master Audit Certificate of Compliance.