Emergency Exit Lights & Emergency Lighting Fixtures

Emergency Exit Lights


Did you know that as a building owner, you are legally obligated to have and regularly test your exit and emergency lighting systems? This is not a matter to be taken lightly. Neglecting these crucial safety measures can lead to serious liabilities and fines. Ensure compliance and the safety of occupants by having, maintaining, and testing adequate exit and emergency lighting systems in your building(s).

When it comes to the testing of your exit signs and emergency lights, you can rely on our trained service technicians. We offer affordable services that not only help you meet the legal requirements but also provide peace of mind knowing that you are prepared for emergencies. Don’t risk the safety of your occupants or the consequences of non-compliance. Let us handle your emergency lighting needs—it’s more affordable than you might think, and it’s the Law!




The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that all exits must have adequate and reliable illumination. It is crucial to properly maintain exit lighting to ensure continuous proper operating condition.

NFPA 70 – National Electric Code

The National Electric Code (NEC) outlined by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) sets standards for emergency and exit lighting. It specifies the required illumination and performance of emergency and exit lights. The code also provides guidelines for battery-powered emergency and exit lighting systems to ensure their functionality.

NFPA 101 – Life Safety Code

NFPA 101, also known as the Life Safety Code, requires a monthly inspection of all emergency and exit lighting systems. This regular inspection ensures that these systems are functioning as intended. Additionally, the code mandates an annual test of all emergency and exit lighting systems to validate their effectiveness during an emergency situation.

International Fire Code

The International Fire Code (IFC) emphasizes the importance of proper illumination in means of egress. It requires that emergency and exit lighting systems provide sufficient illumination for safe evacuation. The code also stipulates that these systems should provide illumination for at least 60 minutes to ensure occupants have ample time to exit the building during an emergency.

As a fire suppression company committed to your safety, we not only provide fire suppression system services but also offer comprehensive emergency and exit light services. Our trained technicians are well-versed in the regulations set forth by OSHA, NFPA, and the IFC. By choosing our services, you can ensure compliance, reduce liabilities, and prioritize the safety of your building occupants.

Contact us today to schedule emergency and exit light testing and maintenance. Let us help you meet the legal requirements and provide a safe environment for everyone in your building. Don’t wait until it’s too late—act now to ensure the proper functioning of your emergency lighting fixtures.