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Emergency & Exit Lighting

Emergency lights are the most neglected piece of life safety equipment in a building. Often times people overlook emergency lighting until they are in the dark. Emergency lighting is comprised of lights, illuminated exit signs and combination exit sign and lighting units. Emergency lights have their own power supply which allows them to mark the way out of a building in an emergency. If your lights are not properly maintained to provide 90 minutes of illumination, your customers and employees safety may be in jeopardy. It is a natural extension to have your emergency lighting inspected the same time the technician is inspecting your company’s fire extinguishers.

We offer maintenance and inspection service on previously installed lighting systems. We test and inspect everything from the casing to the battery.

Our technicians are knowledgeable about:

  • Battery Shelf Life
  • Memory Rechargeability
  • Terminal Voltage
  • Current Draw
  • Temperature Effect
  • Brownout Sensitivity

Exit & Emergency Light Inspections Include:

  • Ensure emergency light location is in code compliance
  • Inspect for proper mounting of the exit and emergency lights
  • Emergency light inspected for cracks, corrosion, loose or exposed wiring
  • Bulbs are checked for burnouts and replaced at time of service.
  • Units are electronically tested for accurate amp and voltage readings.
  • Replace deficient batteries at time of service.
  • Upon completion of inspection units are labeled detailing the inspection



Your One-Stop Shop

Complete your Total Fire & Safety system with a variety of safety equipment. There's no need to call multiple contractors. Total Fire & Safety is the single source for every aspect of your fire protection system.

Maintaining your exit and emergency lights will help provide your employees a safe exit in the case of an emergency.

NFP / OSHA Compliant

Like fire extinguishers, emergency lighting is required to be inspected and serviced in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Pamphlet 101 - "Life Safety Code" and OSHA 1910.37(b) 1 and 2.

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