Commercial Emergency Lighting
in Fort Lauderdale, Tamarac, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Cooper City, Davie, FL, & Surrounding Areas
JPEG Inc. Electrical Contracting is the trusted company for commercial emergency lighting installation and maintenance in Fort Lauderdale, Tamarac, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Cooper City, Davie, and the surrounding Florida areas.
We’ll inspect your property’s emergency lighting systems and provide any necessary repairs to help keep you up to code, your employees and your customers safe, and your business prepared in case of an emergency.
Ensure your property is free of electrical safety hazards. Contact JPEG Inc. Electrical Contracting today for expert commercial emergency lighting inspections and maintenance.
Is Your Emergency Lighting Up To Code? You May Need an Inspection
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), you must test your emergency lights every 30 days for at least 30 seconds and once a year for 1.5 hours. In case of a power outage, your emergency battery backup lighting should last 90 minutes. If your backup lighting fails to work or lasts less than 90 minutes, you could be subject to fines and lawsuits.
You can check to see if your battery-operated emergency light fixtures are working. Press the test button on the unit, and the light should turn on quickly and shine brightly. If the lights sputter or dim, they likely won’t last 90 minutes.
For complete emergency exit lighting and electrical safety inspections in Fort Lauderdale, Tamarac, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Cooper City, Davie, and the surrounding Florida areas, contact the trained experts at JPEG Inc. Electrical Contracting. We’ll send a knowledgeable commercial electrician to inspect your emergency lighting, perform any necessary maintenance, and install new emergency lights if yours are broken or outdated.
Commercial Emergency Lighting and Emergency Egress Lighting
Code 101 of the NFPA, commonly known as the Life Safety Code, requires your commercial property to have emergency egress lighting to guide employees and customers outside the building. Emergency exit lights, such as illuminated exit signs, must be present on all exits, exit discharges, and exit accesses. Any stairs, corridors, ramps, escalators, or other passageways that lead to your building’s exits classify as exit accesses.
Electrical safety inspections and maintenance from a trusted commercial electrical contractor is your solution to up-to-date commercial egress lighting and a safer commercial property. If your building is in Fort Lauderdale, Tamarac, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Cooper City, Davie, or the surrounding Florida areas, trust the services of JPEG Inc. Electrical Contracting, your reliable commercial electrical contractor.