Sufficient emergency lighting is a requirement under the fire safety order 2005 (RRO). Whether domestic or commercial, employers and landlords have a responsibility to supply adequate back up lighting in case of a power failure. As well as providing emergency lighting, these fittings must be tested regularly as per BS 5266 PT:1 2011.
We carry out emergency light maintenance and testing in line with the current code of practice BS 5266 PT:1 2011.
We supply a wide variety of emergency light types, whether it’s a standard L.E.D bulkhead or a decorative antique brass fitting.
Our large client base includes commercial offices, factories, residential homes, domestic properties, schools, sports complexes, council properties, retail premises, social housing schemes and many more! - NO JOB IS TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL!
FREE OF CHARGE SITE SURVEY - Whether its maintaining/servicing an existing site or installing new emergency lighting in a new build.
All our technicians are trained to the latest codes of practice and are all CRB checked.