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Emergency Lighting Installation, Maintenance & Testing

Emergency lighting is required in all non-domestic buildings. It’s a safety critical system.  If there’s a fire or loss of power it will help you evacuate the building.  BS5266-1 set’s out the testing & verification process for emergency lighting.  Our electricians are trained in carrying out inspections to these standards.

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We’ll Help you Meet Your Responsibilities 

Maintaining a business premises carries many responsibilities which are required to be fulfilled by law.  As a business owner one of the most significant responsibilities is the duty of care for staff and others using your building.

Properly installed and maintained emergency lighting to BS5266 is essential to any means of escape within a property and ensures the safe evacuation of persons from a building during low light conditions.  Not only is it important a system is installed, it’s also imperative that it is maintained to a high standard.

STF Electrical Ltd offer emergency lighting services throughout Liverpool and Merseyside.  These services include the installation, maintenance and testing of these systems.  Our fully insured, NICEIC approved electricians have extensive experience in installing and maintaining to BS5266 and are ready to assist you in fulfilling your responsibilities.  We also carry out emergency electrical work should your systems fail.

We can review your requirements, be that a new installation or the takeover of your existing one.  We can then offer you a solution to ensure full compliance with British Standards (BS5266).  Whether it be a small installation of emergency lighting for a corridor or large installations of multiple hallways and stairwells we have you covered.

It is imperative to maintain your installation to guarantee their proper working order in the case of an emergency.  Your installation would require frequent testing and our team can discuss a maintenance plan to suit your requirements.

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