Intumescent Coating

Intumescent Painting

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Intumescent Coating Specialists

Protect your commercial or industrial building and ensure you comply with UK fire safety regulations with our expert intumescent painting service. To learn more about why you need fire-resistant paint, please contact the friendly Bell’s Decor team today on 07852 654326.

As intumescent coating is such an important factor in a building’s safety, only specialist and proficient decorators, such as our experts at Bell’s Decor, should be involved in the application of intumescent paint. Our specialist Thermaguard paint is ordered on an individual, per-project basis after being assessed and approved by the manufacturer themselves.

With extensive experience applying intumescent coatings to a range of different buildings, Bell’s Decor are your number one choice for ensuring your building is safe and meets all fire regulations. To learn more about our intumescent coating services, contact us today on 07852 654326.

What is Intumescent Coating?

Intumescent coating is special paint designed to be used in buildings as a fire resistance measure. The clever chemicals in intumescent paints expand rapidly when exposed to extreme temperatures to form an effective protective layer around the treated structures. This provides the essential steelworks up to 120 minutes of added protection to help maintain the structural integrity of the building.  

Why Do I Need Intumescent Paint?

On all commercial and industrial buildings in the UK, it is required by law to apply a layer of intumescent paint on all load bearing steel structures on all standard developments. This is to help stop the spread of fire should one break out in your premises, protecting the building and the people inside.  

Case Studies
Kingston Maurward Restoration
Bell’s Decor were able to help restore the beautiful country manor at Kingston Maurward College, Dorset, to its former glory after a burst water pipe caused extensive damage.