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  • The 24V plug and play range from Markslojd makes garden lighting easy

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: August 21, 2019

    Now the warmer weather has arrived, gardens and outdoor spaces are really starting to come into their own. Plants are flourishing, flowers are blooming, and attentions are turning to al fresco living. Therefore, now is the perfect time to install or upgrade your garden lighting.

  • Driveway lighting tips for hospitality venues

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: August 14, 2019

    A well-lit driveway can make guests feel truly welcome and safe as they arrive at your premises. As well as its practical benefits, lighting also has the ability to completely change the look and feel of a property’s entrance, delighting guests time after time. The following lighting tips can be applied to virtually any driveway or pathway.

  • Switch to LED Downlights and Save

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: October 4, 2018

    When comparing LED to traditional halogen downlights it is common to look at the energy saving as a percentage, but what does this mean to your actual energy bills and how much money can you save by switching to LED today?

  • Is solar lighting right for your business?

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: April 30, 2018

    With summer just around the corner, there’s no better time for businesses to consider utilising solar lighting. Solar lighting utilises energy from the sun, making it the most energy efficient lighting source available.

  • Dimmers – Trailing vs Leading Edge

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: April 4, 2018

    Dimmers allow you to achieve the exact light level that you desire in a room and consequently alter the mood. There are various types of dimming options available, but the most popular are ‘phase control’ (or phase-cut) dimmers.

  • New solar lighting: Our top picks

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: March 13, 2018

    By harnessing energy from the sun, solar lighting is the most energy efficient lighting solution available today. What’s more, due to the fact solar lights don’t require a mains connection, they can be positioned virtually anywhere, don’t require an electrician for installation, and can be stored away when not in use.

  • What is Li-Fi and how does it work?

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: March 7, 2018

    In most simple terms, Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) is a way of wirelessly transmitting data through visible light. Unlike Wi-fi, which uses uses radio waves for transmission, Li-fi utilises light waves, which presents a number of key benefits - Read more

  • Introducing Soraa LED lighting

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: March 2, 2018

    Hailing from California, Soraa is an innovative company that began producing high quality LED lighting in 2013. Brainchild of Nobel Prize Winner, Shuji Nakamura (dubbed the ‘father of modern LED lighting’), Soraa’s lighting solutions leverage science to produce a quality of light that is comparable to natural daylight.

  • Why back of house lighting should not be overlooked

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: February 21, 2018

    Any good hospitality business needs to deliver an enjoyable guest experience and create a great lasting impression, if they wish to attract and retain customers. Lighting plays a crucial role in helping restaurants, hotels, and bars to meet this goal, and through implementing good lighting design the overall guest experience can be increased significantly. Conversely, poor lighting can have the opposite effect.

  • Save money in the new year with new lights

    Author: Richard Bevan
    Published: February 9, 2018

    As a business owner, saving money should be a constant priority, but establishing the best areas to cut costs without having a negative impact on business operations or employee happiness, is never easy.

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