Exit Sign Installation Services

At Fused Electric, We install and maintain exit signs in commercial and industrial buildings; these signs serve as a vital part of any building’s fire safety system and are designed to guide occupants to the nearest exits in an emergency.

Inspection, Installation and Testing

Exit sign installation services typically include the following steps:

Site Assessment: A qualified technician will visit the building to assess the layout and design of the exits, as well as the location of the exit signs. This will help to determine the best place for the signs and ensure that they are easily visible and accessible to occupants.

Installation: Once the locations for the exit signs have been determined, the technician will install the signs. This typically involves mounting the signs on the walls or ceiling and connecting them to the electrical system.

Testing and Inspection: The technician will test and inspect the exit signs to ensure that they are properly installed, functioning correctly and comply with the local building codes and standards.

Maintenance: Regular maintenance of the exit signs is vital to ensure that they remain in good working condition. This may include cleaning the signs, checking the batteries, and ensuring that all the components are properly connected and functioning.

Certification: The exit signs installation service provider will provide a certificate of installation and inspection, which certifies the signs’ compliance with the local codes and standards.

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Types of Emergency Exit Signs

We house a variety of exit signs:

  • LED Exit Signs: These are energy efficient and have a long lifespan, making them a popular choice for commercial and industrial buildings. They are also available in a variety of designs and styles.
  • Photoluminescent Exit Signs: Photoluminescent exit signs are another energy-efficient option. They work by absorbing and storing light energy and then releasing it during a power outage, providing illumination.
  • Battery Backup Exit Signs: Battery backup exit signs are powered by a battery, which activates when the power goes out and provides illumination during an emergency.
  • Self-Luminous Exit Signs: Self-luminous exit signs use a small amount of radioactive material to illuminate; they don’t require an external power source and are highly durable.
  • Combination Exit Signs: Combination exit signs are available in various styles; they can function both as an exit sign and an emergency light, providing both visual guidance and illumination.

It is essential to consult with a certified professional or leading emergency exit sign installation service to ensure that the correct type of exit sign is chosen for the specific building.

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Where Should Emergency Lighting & Exit Signs Be Installed?

Emergency lighting and exit signs should be installed in various locations throughout a commercial or industrial building to ensure that occupants can quickly and easily find their way to the nearest exits in an emergency.

  • At exits: Emergency lighting and exit signs should be placed near all exits, including main exits, secondary exits, and emergency exits. These signs should be easily visible and indicate the direction of travel to the exits.
  • Along the path of egress: These signs should be placed along the path of egress, including hallways, stairwells, and corridors, to guide occupants to the nearest exits. The emergency lighting should be installed to provide an illuminated path of egress in case the power goes out.
  • At exits from stairwells: Placing them at the top and bottom of stairwells is also necessary to indicate the location of exits and the direction of travel.
  • At elevator lobbies: Emergency lighting and exit signs should be placed at elevator lobbies to indicate the location of exits and the direction of travel for occupants using elevators.
  • At dead-end corridors: Emergency lighting and exit signs should be placed at the end of dead-end corridors to indicate the location of exits and the direction of travel.
  • In parking garages: These should be placed in parking garages to indicate the location of exits and the direction of travel for occupants leaving their vehicles.

Cost of Emergency Exit Light Installation

The cost of emergency exit sign installation can vary depending on several factors. These include the type of sign being installed, the sign’s location, and the installation’s complexity. For example, a simple, single-sided exit sign with LED lighting may cost less to install than a more complex, double-sided sign with additional features such as battery backup. The sign’s location can also affect the cost, as signs in hard-to-reach areas or buildings with limited access may require specialised equipment or additional labour. Additionally, the installation cost can be affected by local building codes and regulations and the cost of any necessary permits or inspections. Overall, the exact emergency exit sign installation cost will depend on the specific project and should be determined by a qualified contractor.