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    Strip lights

    Thursday, 15 November 2018

    The days when strip lights were consigned to the Cinderella role of background lighting with the odd foray into accent lighting are long gone. Fresh lighting technology means that contemporary strip lighting is one of the most adaptable and versatile lighting options on the market. Available in a wide variety of lengths and colour temperatures with varying light outputs, strip lighting can be used almost anywhere. If you want to create novel, innovative lighting effects, strip lighting will...

    Are All LED Lights Dimmable?

    Friday, 09 November 2018

    Being one of the first UK businesses to manufacture LED lighting specifically for the UK market, we are frequently asked by architects and electrical contractors whether LED light fittings are dimmable. The short answer is yes – every led is dimmable, it’s the driver attached to the LEDs which will determine whether or not it can be dimmed.

    4 Places To Find Good Quality LED Downlights

    Friday, 28 September 2018

    Ever since we introduced the UK to the practical versatility of LED lighting, we have pursued a policy of continual self-improvement in the services we offer. We regularly refine our designs and manufacturing techniques to present innovative products that have even greater efficiency, such as a tool-free installation system that saves you time and money. And now we're making it even easier for you to find our superior quality LED downlights.

    How to Achieve Maximum Impact from Your Outdoor LED Lights

    Thursday, 27 September 2018

    Are you a contractor or landscape architect? Are you looking for the best outdoor LED lights to provide the ultimate impact on your clients’ outdoor lighting projects? We’ll show you how you can achieve maximum impact from your LED luminaires by choosing our products.

    Do LED Downlights Need To Be Fire Rated?

    Thursday, 13 September 2018

    LED downlights are popularly used to light kitchens, bathrooms and commercial spaces. These lights are extremely versatile and, more importantly, they consume less energy than alternative types of lighting. LED lights emit less heat, and this also reduces the risk of fire accidents in a room. For even greater levels of safety, you can go for fire-rated LED downlights.

    How To Make A Statement With Your Dimmable LED Lights

    Friday, 07 September 2018

        With rising energy costs, homeowners are keen to make economies at home, but everyone wants economy without compromising on quality. A well-lit home is essential for any family’s wellbeing. That’s why Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting is a good choice.