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The Best Lighting for South London Cold Stores

If you run a cold store in South London, you may well be looking at ways in which to save money to make your business more profitable. But did you know that simply changing to LED lighting could improve your finances directly and indirectly?

What is LED lighting?

An LED (Light Emitting Diode) is an electrical component that produces light when an electrical current passes through it. Unlike conventional lighting which converts the electricity into heat to produce light, the electricity is converted directly into light. This means that it is more efficient and you get a lot …

Changing to LED Lighting – Operational Benefits

For most south London businesses, the carrot of financial savings is the driving force behind changing outdated conventional warehouse, factory, commercial and retail lighting. In this second part of our insider’s guide to modern lighting for south London businesses, we look at operational benefits.
With your existing HID high bay and low bay lighting, the life expectancy of a bulb is just 2 years. In practical terms, it is actually less as some types of HID bulbs lose up to 70% of their brightness well before that. High bay lighting bulb changing is always difficult, you either need to …

Energy Saving Lighting for Factories in South London

Are your electricity costs rising? Would you like to know how to slash your lighting bills by up to 80%? Then what you need to do is to contact South London Electricians for a no-obligation chat about LED lighting for your south London factory.

Conventional factory lighting wastes energy

Conventional factory lighting usually consists of high bay fittings with sodium (SON) lighting, mercury lights or metal halide units. These are usually rated from between 150 to 400 watts and generate their light by converting the electricity into heat. The heat is wasted as it simply rises to …

LED Lighting for South London Warehouses

As a warehouse manager, we understand just how critical it is to get the lighting right. Your staff are the biggest investment and your greatest asset so it is crucial to light your warehouse in a way that will benefit them. With proper lighting, you create a better working environment. With lighting that is too dim, it can be a struggle for pickers to read the labels and mistakes are made. Working in gloomy, badly lit locations is also depressing and that has a negative effect on productivity.

We are often called out to change high wattage high bay and …

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