Multi-family properties pose their own unique challenges when considering smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector installation. Landlords and owners of apartments, townhouses, condominiums, dorms, and senior living facilities must consider the safety of countless tenants. They must also consider liability and regulatory concerns that vary among D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
Lighting is one of the first things people notice about a business. In order to feel comfortable on your commercial property, adequate light levels must be maintained at all times of day. Things like color temperature, brightness, and placement of fixtures can have a significant impact on the way your business is perceived, as well as on the safety of your customers and employees.
Whether you are renovating your entire facility or retrofitting your existing fixtures, making a commercial lighting plan is an essential first step. There are a multitude of factors to consider, and there is no one-size-fits-all plan. Every individual space is different, and organizations have varying lighting needs.