Emergency lights, exit signs, and panic doors are some of the most important safety devices in your business. While fire alarm systems communicate an emergency and fire sprinklers extinguish fires, exit and emergency lights are designed to guide you and your employees to safety in the event of an emergency. Emergency and exit path lighting are required in all commercial buildings and are specifically designed to save lives. In the event of a power failure or other service interruption, the backup batteries in each emergency and exit light will keep the pathway illuminated, so your employees can utilize the exits and get to safety.
Emergency lighting systems are required to have scheduled service and maintenance inspections. Qualified electrical technicians must perform these inspections. Our certified technicians help ensure that your emergency exit lights meet all National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the local code requirements.