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LED Lighting

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Traditional lighting is fast becoming extinct!

With LED costs now at a much more affordable level, many businesses are now upgrading to reap the many benefits available with low cost energy saving LED lighting and this means keeping more money in your pocket.


The Benefits of using LED Lighting?
LED lighting is the most energy efficient way to light up your business. With savings of up to 85% against traditional incandescent, sodium and fluorescent fittings, upgrading your lighting can usually pay for itself through the energy savings achieved within 24 to 36 months.
LED lighting is low cost and can be ultra long lasting - in some cases they will last for 25-30 years, depending on which ones you buy and how frequently you use them.

In today's climate, every organisation must keep in mind that LED lighting, whether in an office or factory environment is more than ever an essential resource for the employees in supporting their dynamic and multifaceted work activities. In this way, it is crucial that the lighting can support these work activities and that the lighting fits for its people and not just for the interior of the office or factory site.

Due to the new demands for energy saving LED lighting in the workplace, the British Council of Offices has published a Guide to Lighting to give organisations practical guidance to the requirements of lighting standards in the workplace existing today.

The overall message of the guide is that above all other things the organisation must support the employees by providing comfortable lighting within the workplace.

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Energy Saving = Cash Saving

LED lighting is low cost and uses on average 70% less power in terms of wattage than traditional lighting types.  The real positive of LED lighting is that even though it uses much less power, LED produces the same amount of light illumination compared to traditional lighting. 
70% less power usage on your lighting means 70% of current lighting running costs stays in your pocket!


The whole LED movement is designed solely to reduce power usage and save costs and not to increase costs through changing fittings.  So you'll find in many light types, the socket and fittings remain the same for ease of retrofit.  If you are planning to make the move to LED lighting speak to one of our advisors or surveyors who can help with selecting the correct lighting for your environment.

Benefits of using our LED lighting:


  • Up to 85% reduction in lighting running costs

  • Highest efficacy units on the market  

  • Rapid capital return on investment

  • Energy Saving

  • No maintenance 

  • Huge carbon savings  

  • 100% TAX relief in year one  

  • 5 year extended warranty

  • High quality, high performance

  • Long life of up to 100,000+ hours

  • British Suppliers

  • Low Cost

  • Even light distribution on walls and ceilings

  • Instant start, flicker free, maintenance free

  • Low heat output

  • Drivers included

  • No Mercury

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LED Lighting in Office


  • Offices

  • Care Homes

  • Nurseries

  • Schools

  • Universities

  • Colleges

  • Hospitals

  • Corridors

  • Retail Outlets

  • Restaurants

  • Public Houses

  • Warehouses

  • Factories

  • Hotel Groups

  • Vehicle Repair Centres

  • Manufacturing

  • Engineering

This list is endless...

An energy saving comparison of:
30 panel fittings with 4 x fluorescent tube flush panel
(found in many different environments)

versus an LED backlit panel
Panel size: LED 600mm x 600mm panel light
old 4 tube panel Lighting
LED Panel Light

*** Old Style 79 Watts per panel

*** Cost per Year for 30 panels £ 934

*** CO2 emissions per Year circa 1,380kg

*** 28 Watt LED Ceiling Panel

*** Cost per Year for 30 panels = £408

*** CO2 emissions per Year = circa 487kg

Simple light upgrade = Savings over 65% a year off your lighting bill

(Figures based on 12 Hours per day, 5 days a week, 50 weeks per annum @ 0.18p per KWh)
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