CLS Total Solutions Provides Electrical Refurbishment for Clients in Birmingham
For many of our Birmingham business clients, budget for electrical refits is hard to come by. It’s just one of many competing demands. We can always make a compelling argument for a share of the budget, but we see our work with business slightly differently. In order to maintain the highest standards of health and safety across the city’s commercial sector, we know that we need to work collaboratively with business owners. And often that means offering a range of competitively priced options for ongoing electrical work.
CLS Total Solutions Provide Emergency Lighting Installation in Birmingham
When it comes to installing emergency lighting for Birmingham businesses, CLS Total Solutions takes its responsibilities extremely seriously. Power can fail as the result of outages, localised faults, fires, floods or natural disasters. Whatever the cause, emergency lighting is crucial to the safety of everyone in the building. UK Fire Safety Legislation stipulates that lighting for 3 specific purposes be available in the case of a power cut:
- Open Area Lighting. This is known as ‘panic lighting’. Open areas are lit in an emergency in order to reduce the panic that might ensue in the dark.
- Escape Route Lighting. This lighting serves the dual purpose of providing illuminated escape routes, and helping to locate fire fighting equipment.
- High Risk Task Area Lighting. Providing light in areas where system may need to be shut down to safeguard the building against further danger.
A Day in the Life of an Electrical Contractor in Birmingham
One of the things the CLS Total Solutions team enjoys about our work is the endless variation in what we do. As an electrical contractor in Birmingham, you have to think on your feet every day. And you need to be able to keep the plates spinning, even when it looks like they’re about to come crashing to the ground.
As a local electrical contractor, we’re the ones that get the call if a local business experiences a power outage. We’ll have to manage the day’s work despite the fact that there’s a big emergency repair job come in. Then we’ll be working over the weekend so we can complete an electrical fit out before work starts again on Monday.
The thing is, we wouldn’t change it for the world. Because it’s what we do; it’s how we build the trust of our customers, and every job teaches us something new about the work we’ve chosen. (more…)