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What is a Fire Escape? Introduction to Fire Escapes.

Fire Escapes can be found in any type of multi-story building: -Residential building. -Commercial building. -Industrial building. -Schools -Apartment houses -Hotels

Even though they were designed for buildings occupants as emergency egress, they are used more by Fire Fighters. Fire Escapes provide a method of escape in the event of a fire or other emergency when stairs inside the building are inaccessible. A fire escape consists of a number of horizontal platforms, one at each story of a building, with ladders or stairs connecting them. The platform and stairs are usually open gratings, to prevent the buildup of ice, snow, and leaves

We are fire Atlantic Ironwork Restoration, LLC: Fire Escape Specialist. Our goal in our fire escape repairs is to provide safety one fire escape repair at a time and provide customers with cost efficient and time efficient fire escape repair projects. We provide all our fire escape repair services in all main cities in the northeast (Boston MA, Providence RI, New Haven CT, Hartford CT, New York NY, Newark NJ, Philadelphia PA, Washington DC) Our advanced Fire Escape Repair methods will bring your fire escape to the original built condition by re-bolting and hand painting and never welding on your fire escape. We are Licensed and Insured to perform any fire escape work required. Here is a list of our services: -Fire escape repairs. -Fire escape painting. -Fire escape refurbishment. -Fire escape Inspections (free estimates on all fire escapes). -Fire escape fabrication and installation. No Job is too big or too small and we service Residential and Commercial properties.

​ Give us a call today with any questions or to schedule an appointment for a free estimate on your fire escape repairs and painting or just email us with any questions that you may have. Our estimates are always free!

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