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South London Car Park Lighting

 
 London Car Park Lighting

If you look after a car park in South London, isn’t it time you thought about changing to energy efficient LED lighting? This has many advantages including cost savings and reducing your carbon footprint. The range of available lighting units is vast and can be quite confusing. Your search starts off easily enough but the more you look into the options, the less clear things become.

Contacting South London Electricians can solve your problems about what LED car park lighting to install. Our in-depth knowledge of lighting regulations and the best …

Low Bay LED Lighting for a Greenwich Commercial Kitchen

 
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On a recent commercial kitchen upgrade job in Greenwich, the client was in two minds about changing the lighting as well as upgrading the cables on the ring main and other circuits. Currently fitted was ageing fluorescent lighting but we suggested changing to low bay IP65 rated LED luminaires.

Advantages of LED low bay lighting for commercial kitchens

1. Cost savings.

Although the initial cost is higher than with conventional lighting solutions, over the lifetime of the LED low bay lighting unit, a huge amount of money can be saved. This …

Commercial Kitchen Electrics in Croydon –

 

 Commercial Kitchen Electrics in Croydon – Voltage Optimisers

If we said that we could reduce your electricity bill by ten percent or more literally overnight, how would that make you feel. Interested? Excited? Sceptical? Probably all three, but it’s true. Those sort of energy savings are easily possible. The solution is that we can fit a voltage optimiser to your single phase or three phase supply.

What is a voltage optimiser?

In the simplest of terms, a voltage optimiser is a device that reduces the incoming voltage. In reality, it is a lot more complex …

LED Warehouse High Bay Lighting for South London

 

As a warehouse manager, you will no doubt be aware of the problems of lighting the warehouse adequately, especially for the night shift and throughout the dark winter months. Low bay lighting is easy – a few fluorescent tubes and you are sorted. Swapping failed lamps is easy enough, one of the maintenance crew with a step ladder is fine. But when it comes to high bay lighting, that’s another story altogether.

Traditional HID Warehouse Lighting

High bay lighting is usually between 20 and 40 feet from the warehouse floor so it needs to be very bright …

21st Century Lighting for South London Car Parks – the LED Solution

 
 South London Car Parks – the LED Solution

Well-lit car parking areas are both safer and more pleasant spaces. No fumbling around to find the right key. No wishing that you had remembered to slip a small torch into your pocket. No more wondering what it is that you have just trodden in! But at South London Electricians, we appreciate that traditional car park lighting can be expensive which is why we offer you LED car park lighting.

Traditional car park lighting systems

External car park lighting is usually post-mounted and so it needs …

Commercial Electricians in Bromley london

 
 Electricians in Bromley south west london

Wiring regulations have been around since the 1880s and have been updated many times since then, reflecting advances in knowledge and technology. In 1992, the British Standards Institute formally adopted the Institute of Electrical Engineers wiring regulations as BS7671 (16th edition) which applies to all electrical installations in the UK.

For commercial properties, from 1989 things had already been formalised with the implementation of the Electricity at Work Regulations which apply in tandem with BS7671. These placed a responsibility on:

employers to keep all appliances and installations in a safe condition …

Fishy Smell in a Lambeth Kitchen

 

A few years ago, there was a story doing the rounds about a wife whose husband had been cheating on her. When she found out, she packed her bags but before walking out, removed several of the light switch covers, placed sardines from a can into each of them and refitted the covers using No More Nails. It was quite a while before the husband figured out where the unpleasant fishy smell was coming from.

But whether the story is true or not, we actually had a call out to a fishy smell in a Lambeth Kitchen. The householder …

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