Looking at updating your current lighting solution?
If you’re thinking about upgrading your current fittings to the latest advancements in LED technology then please get in contact. We are currently offering a FREE no strings attached survey. This includes a comprehensive energy saving report that will let you know an estimated energy cost and the carbon savings you will achieve.
What do we do?
We make a list of the existing lighting units noting the load and also take LUX readings in strategic areas allowing for daylight. This information is then entered into our interactive lighting survey and comparison platform to generate a multi-page report.
The Report will give you a synopsis of the energy and cash savings which you will benefit from and help decrease your operational costs in the future. Sometimes these can amount to tens or even hundreds of thousands of £s over the Lifetime of our lights.
Health & Safety issues due to poor LUX levels are highlighted, often low efficiency replacement LED lighting can cause these issues. Cheap LED Lights will have lower Lumen output often requiring many more units to give the same light output, thus they will use up to 60% more energy. Invariably the first 12 months running costs on low efficiency Lights is much more cancelling out any initial purchase savings, long term they are more expensive to run.
To arrange your free survey, simply send us a message below
How does switching to LEDs reduce your carbon footprint?
For the same amount of light, over the same amount of time, LEDs use far less power. Using less energy reduces your carbon footprint because generating electricity produces CO2 (Carbon Dioxide).
An LED bulb will last approximately 22 years (on for 12 hours per day @ 100%). Incandescent light bulbs have a short life span, so they have to be replaced frequently. Switching to LED Bulbs won’t just save you money, it also lowers your carbon footprint.
The manufacturing of bulbs uses precious resources, takes energy and produces carbon dioxide. The more bulbs manufactured and used, the greater the carbon dioxide emissions.
LED bulbs have a very long life span compared to incandescent. During the lifetime of just one LED, you would have to use around 30 incandescent bulbs. This means 30 times more bulbs would have to be manufactured, using significantly more materials and resources, resulting in more CO2 emissions.
Switching to LED lighting is the simple way to lower your carbon footprint and save money.