Lighting your way to safety

Fire safety lighting

Whether a fire knocks out the lighting or you simply experience a power cut, some areas of the premises may be too dark to negotiate safely – and that’s where a good emergency lighting system is essential.

Whether you decide to have an automated system or a manual one there are two approaches:

  • A central battery operated system, which can be linked to the alarm system and comes on if there is a fire
  • Stand alone units connected to the local lighting circuit that replaces the normal lights if there is a power outage.

If you’re not sure which one is best for your needs we’ll be happy to come along and see what’s necessary, just call 020 8308 0866 to arrange an appointment.