Lighting is an important aspect of interior design, and good lighting can make all the difference to the feel of a finished space. When taking on a renovation, extension, restaurant design or shop-fitting project, lighting is always a top consideration to ensure the best result. While lighting design goes beyond the scope of electricals, lighting electricians are instrumental in making your designs a reality. They have a good working knowledge of practical solutions and can also contribute to the design process.
We work collaboratively with customers to understand their needs and produce a design that meets both budget and expectations.
With a decade of work in the industry to British Standards, backed up by City and Guilds qualifications, we’re experienced in the design and installation of commercial and domestic lighting applications. We consult with customers to understand their needs, offer advice, and work collaboratively to produce a lighting design that meets both budget and expectations.
We can source and install all types of domestic and professional-grade commercial lighting. This extends from simple retrofit LED bulbs to low-consumption and long-life bulbs, integral light fixtures, panel lighting, tube lighting, and contour or linear strip lighting. We only use trusted manufacturers, and we have the experience to deploy them wisely. Our range of commercial applications includes office, workshop and factory lighting, specialised lighting for restaurants and retail spaces, as well as landscape, pathway, and premises lighting for offices and businesses. On the residential side, we wire and install specialized light fixtures for recessed, feature and functional lighting of living areas, safe but versatile lighting for kitchens and bathrooms, and weatherproof outdoor lighting for gardens and patios. See Brook Road for an example of our residential lighting work.
Much of our work as lighting electricians is LED-based. Although still somewhat more expensive initially, LED technology pays off quickly, offering environmental benefits, low-energy cost savings, long life, and improved light quality. LEDs suffer from none of the downsides of legacy energy-saving bulbs such as slow warm-up, poor light quality, or mercury pollution. The options in terms of colour temperature, light distribution, dimming and output, are constantly improving. Indeed, the market is rapidly becoming flooded with LED components, some of them of variable quality. Choosing quality components from recognized brands, and combining them well, is key to ensuring your designs deliver on their promise.