6963 Algonquin Dr | Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231.412.7882 | dave@fdifiredoors.com

Fire Door Inspections, LLC

Compliant = Protection

Providing building owners compliance with NFPA-80
and the International Building Code.

Serving all of Michigan, Northern Ohio, Northern Indiana, Northern Illinois and Eastern Wisconsin.

We offer a professional and expert fire door inspection service that is independent and flexible. Our Certificated Fire Door Inspectors are fully qualified under the Certified Fire Door Inspector Certification (CFDI) prescribed by International Fire Door Inspector Association (IFDIA); and Life Safety Fire Door Inspector (LSFDI) prescribed by the Associated Locksmiths of America (ALOA) both have been accredited by the Independent Accreditation Services (IAS), an independent third party. FDI is certified to carry out the inspection of your building’s fire doors and prepare a detailed survey and report on the condition and function of the fire doors on your premises.

FDI also provides litigation consulting and is certified as a Certified Forensic Locksmith (CFL)in Door and Fire Door Assembly, Architectural Door Hardware and Building codes in the Means of Egress and Accessible Means of Egress by International Association of Investigative Locksmiths. FDI is prepared to assist as a consultant to Fire Investigators, Fire Marshals, Building Officials, Insurance Investigators and others requiring an expert observation, review and reporting and reviewing other experts reports and opinions.

Services Provided

Swing Type Fire Door Inspections

Fire doors are an important part of a building’s passive fire protection system, and doors in a means of egress, provide life safety by allowing people to exit quickly when necessary. Simply put, a protected opening in a fire or smoke barrier (wall) is required to be a fire door assembly, which includes the door, frame, hardware, and glazing. These components are not typically required to be supplied by the same manufacturer—in most cases, they can be separate products which are listed, labeled, or classified for use in a fire door assembly. Occasionally, an assembly will be made of components that have been tested together and must be used to maintain the rating. Read More


Each project receives a detailed report with specific information regarding compliance or non-compliance with the applicable codes. Each report will provide the building owner, or person responsible for the buildings compliance, with a rated door inventory, required observation and inspection points, and photos as required. This report will be in digital and/or printed formats. Read More


Our customer's facilities come in all shapes and sizes

  • Hospitals
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • Adult Care Facilities
  • Government Facilities
  • Military Installations
  • Universities
  • Hotels
  • Commercial Building

"We must all obey the great law of change. It is the most powerful law of nature."