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What Is Emergency Lighting?

Emergency lighting is important both for your business and home, for landlords it is required that you provide the proper fire safety and emergency lighting for your residence. In one story and two story houses conventional lighting is needed, whereas with four floors, you require emergency escape lighting if the escape route is complex and there is no effective borrowed light.

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67% Of all domestic fires start in the kitchen

Did you know that 67% of all domestic fires start in the kitchen from smoke detectors giving false alarms*. This number is too large to ignore. With over 200 fire related deaths happening across the UK every year and the FRSs having attended 217,795 false alarms in 2021*, action needs to be taken to prevent you and your family from danger. A heat detector that is connected to your existing system could reduce the risk of fire inside of your home, and prevent another number being added to the figures.  If you would like more information, please call Chris on 01332 410240.

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What Electrics Can I Do Myself?

Do you know what electrical work you can do at home? All electrical work should comply with Part P of the building regulations, which is standard across the United Kingdom and its laws. You can do small tasks such as changing or moving sockets, ceiling lights or light switches, but if you can, you should always contact an electrician to double check your work after you have finished, as it is easy to make mistakes.