We’re Experienced Lighting Specialists
Whether it may be a warehouse, office, retail unit or any other commercial property type, our NICEIC approved electricians are well-versed in all commercial lighting styles.
During the installation, repair or maintenance of your lighting, our goal will always be to ensure minimal downtime to business operations by pairing clients with tailor-made, convenient packages.
LED Lighting To Suit Your Industry
LED lighting is, by far, the most popular route for modern businesses, helping to maximise efficiency while offering a longer-lasting, more reliable solution. Some examples of the most popular lighting styles amongst our clients include:
- Flood Lights
- Display Lights
- Recessed Troffer Lights
- Track Lights
- Task Lights
Expertly Installed Outdoor Lighting
We specialise in a wide range of commercial outdoor lighting types and will always create tailored project roadmaps to ensure that the end results fit precisely with your specifications and industry requirements. Common outdoor lighting styles include:
Car Park Lights
Flood Lights & Spotlights
Maximise Safety Through Emergency Lighting
Due to the strict regulations regarding emergency lighting, ensuring that your system is fully functional and operating as it should be is essential. If you are yet to implement emergency lighting, our reputable electricians can help with the following:
Emergency Escape Lighting
This lighting style is designed to allow safe exit in the event of an emergency and will continue to operate when the regular lighting supply has failed, such as illuminated signage.
Should the building’s mains supply fail, standby lighting will allow your workforce to continue their usual activities; this is typically powered by an emergency generator.
We Also Offer Maintenance Packages
To minimise the likelihood of an unexpected issue with your commercial lighting, our experienced team would happily work with you to create a bespoke maintenance package. This can include:
- Manually testing lights in both the daytime and nighttime.
- Cleaning the lights to remove built-up dirt and debris.
- Assessing the lights for any signs of damage, such as corrosion or moisture.
- Arranging any necessary repair or part replacement works.