Emergency Lighting Installation in Maryland, DC & Northern VA

In order to be compliant with municipal fire codes, many businesses and multi-family dwellings are required to have emergency lighting – that is, lighting that illuminates the route to safely exit the building. In the event of a fire, flood, or other dire situation, you want your employees and clientele to be able to get to a safe location unharmed and as rapidly as possible.

Emergency lights are designed to come on in a power outage, and therefore, must have their own power supply. Ideally, your emergency lighting installation will include floodlight type mounts at the ceiling, as well as LED lighting near the floor level to show the way out – similar to the emergency lights found on commercial aircraft.

For emergency lighting installation services in Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, DC, contact Jaffe Electric online or call our lighting electricians at (301) 253-3778.

Emergency Lights Installed by Electrical Professionals in MD, VA & DC

Should the time come that you need emergency lighting to lead the way to safety, you want to be able to trust that installation of your emergency lights was performed properly. To ensure proper installation and lighting you can count on, emergency lighting installation must be performed by a qualified electrician.

Not only will proper installation ensure the safety of those inside the building in the event of a power outage, fire, or natural disaster, but proper emergency lighting installation also keeps you compliant with fire codes. Fire inspections are carried out without warning and you want to make certain your business is up to the current codes.

Need emergency lighting for your commercial business? Look no further than Jaffe Electric – call us at (301) 253-3778 or contact us online.

Emergency Lighting Installation in Washington, DC, Virginia & Maryland

Emergency Lights Are Not a DIY Project

Successful installation requires your emergency lights be connected to your main electrical system. The emergency light sensor is activated in a power outage, when there is no electricity coming to the building. If not installed correctly, your emergency lights won’t come on, and that can spell disaster. Emergency lighting installation is never a do-it-yourself (DIY) project.

Emergency Lighting Installation in MD, DC & Northern VA

For professional emergency lighting installation, count on Jaffe Electric Company, your electrical contracting company servicing Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia. Since 1992, home and business owners in the Montgomery County area have turned to Jaffe Electric for all their electrical needs. From wiring new construction projects to revamping electrical systems for efficiency and safety, to outdoor lighting, and any electrical need you may have, Jaffe Electric is your go-to electrician.

At Jaffe Electric, customer satisfaction isn’t just a catch phrase. Our success is in a job well-done, and that’s why our customers count on Jaffe Electric time and again for jobs such as emergency lighting installation. Our certified electricians have the experience and know-how to give you the peace of mind that your emergency lighting will work when called upon.

Trust Jaffe Electric with your emergency lighting and you can rest assured the installation will be reliable. Our team of electrical technicians can help you design the ideal placement of your emergency lights to ensure efficient and safe exit from your building. For fire code compliance, liability protection, and the safety of your employees and guests, contact us for your emergency lighting installation.

If you are in need of emergency lighting installation in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia, trust the electricians at Jaffe Electric. Call us at (301) 253-3778 or contact us online to get started with your lighting installation service today!

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