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Emergency Lighting Inspections and Service

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It is often that emergency lighting is installed and forgotten. Most emergency lighting units use batteries which have a limited lifespan. NFPA and IFC require emergency lighting stay illuminated for 90 minutes following a power outage. If the 90-minute emergency readiness test proves unsatisfactory (i.e. the lamps don't light up) replacing your emergency light batteries may be required.

Inspections and Service

When the lights go out you need reliable backup power. In the event of a fire or other disaster that cuts off electricity, people and property can be at risk. To mitigate that risk, your emergency lighting systems need to be ready at all times.

Functional emergency lighting, or egress lighting, is often required to meet state building codes, fire codes, insurance standards and OSHA requirements. The emergency lighting must provide illumination for all egress routes automatically and within seconds in the event of a power failure. There are also guidelines for how and how often to test the emergency lighting system. A monthly test with the lights on for at least 30 seconds and a 90 minute yearly test is common.

We offer annual and monthly inspections to insure your lighting will stay lit.

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Why Choose Us? 

  • Customer Driven - We are committed to understanding the needs of our customers and to exceeding their expectations every time.

  • We follow safety measures - We are very serious about safety. We take additional care that no person is put at risk to achieve our goals.

  • Communication is our strength - We communicate effectively and clearly with our clients so that we know what they mean.

  • Documentation is important - We provide detailed inspection and service reports so you have them when you need them. 

  • We follow the approach of ‘forward thinking’-  We have years of knowledge in the field which gives us the ability to recognize, anticipate and act to ensure a successful result.

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