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Emergency Lighting – Design, Supply, Install and Commission

Our emergency lighting addresses the latest building safety regulations. Services include: design, supply, install, commission and maintenance for a range of self-contained, high efficiency luminaries in both functional and decorative versions.

We can also provide central battery powered systems. Our design personnel are able to provide technical advice and product selection.

*For a full list of acronyms and terms please see our glossary of terms.

Need some help?

If you would like to find out more about our emergency lighting – design, supply, install and commissioning services and how Fire Safety Services can help you and your business, call our sales team on 08000 234114 or complete the form for a call back:

Emergency Lighting - Design, Supply, Install and Commission Enquiry

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More about Emergency Lighting on our blog

Our blog is designed to give you a greater understanding about fire safety and how our services can help you. All of our blog posts are written by members of our team who have vast experience in specific aspects of fire safety, so you can be sure that the information you are reading comes from a qualified source.

For posts specifically about emergency lighting – click here

Need further information or would like to speak to one of our sales department?

Call our head office on: 08000 234114 or email at
enquiries@firesafetyservices.co.uk

If you would like to speak to a service centre near you, please use the information below:

East Anglia

Covering: East Anglia & South East

01603 731999

Email enquiries

East Midlands

Covering: East Midlands, North East & Scotland

01509 214411

Email enquiries

West Midlands

Covering: West Midlands, South West, North West & Scotland

0121 486 3800

Email enquiries

South

Covering: South & London

01234 854100

Email enquiries

Our products & services extend to everything you require to keep your business compliant with todays legislations:

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